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The world is more global than ever thanks to the Internet. People across the world expect content to appear in their native language, whether Swedish, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Hungarian, and everything in between. Whether you’re trying to expand your business into new markets — that speak other languages — or you’re browsing the web and stumble across a webpage in a different language, there are a few ways you can translate a webpage.
Microsoft Edge also doesn’t have any auto-translate feature, and you have to use the extensions for the same. You can download the Translator for Microsoft Edge from Microsoft Store. It lets you translate the web pages into 60 different languages. Just download and install the tool, and you will see the icon on the top right corner of your browser. Open the webpage you want to translate and click on the icon; that’s it. You can select your preferred Language and set the tool to translate every webpage you visit. If not the entire website, you can also choose the text you want to translate and use the tool to translate. (Source: www.thewindowsclub.com)