Published on julio 2nd, 2009 | by admin0
Advanced Translations for Internet Explorer.
With the addition of the user-friendly trasnlations feature, Internet users are now able to translate a particular webpage with just one click, hence enhancing their browsing experience. For example, you’ve stumbled across a website filled with foreign words.
Instead of the traditional way of heading to Google Translate, copy & paste the webpage URL, the clever system will automatically detects if the language is different from your default language setting and allows you to translate it almost instantly.
The toolbar doesn’t translate the entire webpage to your preferred language automatically. It will only display the translation bar near the top of your browser window and ask you if you’d like to translate the page.
However, if you translate webpages in the same language on a frequent basis, the system will saved your language preferences and does it for you automatically in the future. As a result, you need not to take the trouble to keep on clicking to translate a particular site.
Currently, the new translation feature supports 41 different languages which includeds Arabic, Chinese, English, German, French, Spanish and the list goes on. Users must have Internet Explorer 6 in order to install the newest release of Google Toolbar.