When Microsoft released Windows 10, they announced that they would also release a completely new version of Microsoft Edge and that it would be a game changer. Having seen this kind of promise before, users remained skeptical, but it turned out that everyone was in for a little surprise. In 2019, the world learned about Microsoft’s new Edge browser, and almost immediately, what caught everyone’s attention was the fact that this browser was based on Chromium source code, the same source code that Google Chrome uses. What Microsoft had done was simple. They saw what was powering the world’s best web browser and used it to create their own flavor.
The Internet is a global space and presents content that may be available in multiple languages. Sometimes the website you are visiting may have an English version built in, but there may be situations where the website is only available in the regional language. In such cases, the Microsoft Edge browser can make your life easier by translating the web page on its own. However, to do this, you have to add those languages to the browser settings.
Let’s take a look at how you can add languages to your Microsoft Edge browser.
Step 1. Open the Microsoft Edge browser on your computer.
Step 2. Click the three-dot button in the upper right of the browser window, next to the profile icon.
Step 3. Now from the drop-down menu, click on the Settings option.
Stage 4. Look through the left side panel, click on the ‘Languages’ option.
Step 5. Click on the ‘Add Languages’ button. This will open a list of supported languages.
Review the list of available languages and add as necessary. In this way, whenever the browser detects a web page that displays a language that is not native to the default language of your copy of the browser, it will translate the page into the default language for your convenience.
If you don’t have the latest Microsoft Edge browser, you can download a copy using the link provided below.
Download Microsoft Edge 2020 – Click here.