May 23, 2018

Sreekanth B

How to Turn Off Google Chrome Auto Language Translation

By default, Google auto translation is enabled in both Google Chrome and when using Google Toolbar. The auto translation feature lets Google automatically translate the text on Web pages where the text is from a language you don't speak into a language that you do.

If your small business works with individuals or other businesses that maintain a website in another language and you would rather view the site in its native language so nothing is lost in translation, disable this feature in either the Google Chrome Web browser or on the Google Toolbar.

In Google Chrome

1. Click the wrench icon in the upper right corner of the Google Chrome Web browser to open a menu.

2. Click "Settings" in the lower part of the menu to open the Settings screen.

3. Click "Under the Hood" on the left side of the Settings screen.

4. Click the check mark to the right of Translate, which has text to the left of it that reads "Offer to translate pages that aren't in a language I read." The changes to Google Chrome will be automatically saved and will take effect immediately.

In Google Toolbar

1. Click the drop-down arrow to the right of the wrench icon on the Google Toolbar in your Web browser.

2. Click "Options" to open the Toolbar Options dialog box.

3. Click the "Tools" tab on the left side of the dialog box to open the "Tools selection" menu.

4. Click to uncheck the box to the left of Translate.

5. Click "Save" in the lower right corner of the dialog box to save your changes, which take effect immediately.

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