The Chromium-based version of Microsoft Edge is projected to receive a built-in translation option by the end of the month, according to a company engineer.
The rollout of the translation feature kicked off earlier this month, and a Microsoft developer said on the community website (via TechDows) that by the end of April, all users running the Canary build should get this feature.
“There is nothing additional that you need to do to get translate. Translate feature rollout is under progress and by end of the month all Canary users should have it,” the post reads.
The feature arrives on systems running Microsoft Edge Canary with an option to “offer to translate pages that aren’t in a language you read.” Additionally, the browser comes with a new translate icon … (read more)
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