Google Chrome: How to manage Translation bar settings in Windows 7?
If you have not tried out too many tricks on your Google Chrome web browser, here is your chance to do it. The following step-wise description will teach you different ways in which you can better manage your Translation bar settings. As you are aware, the Translation bar helps you to translate a web page or a website to a language of your preference. Therefore, depending upon the language you want to use as the primary one, you can set your preferences such as always translate the language, never translate this language, or disable the Translation bar once and for all. Sounds interesting, isn’t it?
Here is what you need to do if you are using a Windows 7, Windows XP, or Windows Vista-based PC:
- Open ‘Google Chrome’.
- Right-click on any page and select ‘Translate to English’, even if you have disabled the translation bar for a site or language.
- You can change the language from the toolbar that appears on the webpage.
- Click ‘Options’ to customize how translation bar will behave according to the language selected.
- You can select ‘Always translate [language] to English’ to automatically translate pages written in this particular language.
- Select ‘Never translate [language]’ if you don't want to see the bar for the language you're viewing.
- Select ‘Never translate this site’ if you don't want to see the bar for pages within the site you're visiting.
- Click ‘Show Original’ to view the webpage in its original language.
By customizing the web browser settings, you can well manage Google Chrome, set on your Windows 7-based PC and enable it to help you particularly when you have to research on the Internet, while browsing through websites created in different languages.
For you to better comprehend the steps above, here is a short solution video that you can check out. Watch it if you are using a Windows 7-based PC:
If you are using a Windows Vista PC, the following video will be relevant to you:
And if the operating system that you are using is Windows XP, you can check out the below provided video: