Translation functions of the respective browsers


In Firefox, the live translation only works by an add-on. In the database, search for the add-on called “Translate websites”. Once this is installed, you can switch the translation on and off via a small button on the top right. Alternatively, you can also permanently activate the automatic translation of all websites by ticking.

The add-on is based on the Google translator. That's why the translation leads to the same result as the next browser, the Google Chrome.

Google Chrome

With Chrome, the translation is directly on board: You click on any text with your right and then select the option “Translate in German”. And the whole page will appear in German.

Microsoft Edge

Here, too, you can do without an expansion: The Edge brings the translator directly. There are several options to request the translation. Either you use a right-click and the command “Translate into German”. Or use the small button at the top of the URL line. The Edge also actively offers you the translation as soon as you surf to a foreign-language page.

The translation result from the Edge differs in small details from the translations of Firefox and Chrome. This is because the Edge in the background uses the Microsoft Translator.

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