Multilingual web browser 'Googe Chrome' - Tweaking Chromes' translation feature

Google Chrome 4.1 for Windows doesn't add too many new features, even though its an interesting release: “first Google Chrome is the only browser that automatically detect and translate a web page using Google Translate. Language detection happens only on your computer browser, so no information is sent to Google Translate until you choose to […]

Google Chrome 4.1 for Windows doesn't add too many new features, even though its an interesting release: “first Google Chrome is the only browser that automatically detect and translate a web page using Google Translate. Language detection happens only on your computer browser, so no information is sent to Google Translate until you choose to translate a page. Also comes with some new privacy features and a tweak to Google Update tech. Now, there’s a set of “Content Settings” options to manage how browser cookies, images, JavaScript, plug-ins, and pop-ups are handled on a site-by-site basis. And a new approach to Update tech, allows to remove unique ID from Google Update while still preserving ability to determine the number of active users and keep everyone up-to-date with latest security updates and speed improvements. Translate feature can't be disabled entirely, but you can hide translation bar for certain languages. The easiest way to disable the translation feature for a languages is: click on wrench menu, select Options, go to "Under the hood" tab; click "Change fonts and language settings" and go to "Languages" tab; add languages you use the read web pages.

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