Your browser's default language must be set to your preferred language to translate pages into other languages.
- In the Google Chrome application, go to the webpage you want to translate.
- On the right of the address bar, click Translate and choose your preferred language.
- If the option does not come up to Translate in the address bar, visit the language section of Google Chrome's settings. Default languages and auto-translation can be adjusted within these settings, as well as a toggle to turn auto-translation on or off.
- In the Safari application, go to the webpage you want to translate. If the webpage can be translated, the Smart Search field displays the Translation button.
- Click the Translation button, then choose a language.
- If the option does not come up to Translate in the address bar, visit the Region & Language section of Safari's settings to adjust default languages.
- In the Microsoft Edge application, go to the webpage you want to translate.
- Select the Translate icon in the address bar.
- In the Translate to menu, select which language you want to translate, and select Translate.
- If the option to Translate does not appear in the address bar, visit the Languages section under Microsoft Edge's Settings, and adjust your default languages and auto-translation.