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Transmiti Enables Google Translate Option in Windows

Wish you could translate selected text or entire documents into your preferred language without going through the lengthy process of copying and pasting text into Google Translate? With a free application called Transmiti you can do all that with a click. Just select text from a document or webpage and click Win key (default key) on your keyboard. Your selected text will be translated to your preferred language.

Transmiti is a portable application and it supports all languages that the Google Translator supports.

You can configure this tool very easily from the setting menu. Run Transmiti (no installation needed) and click ‘Settings’ tab to configure the tool.

 From here, you can select your preferred language, change the hotkey and choose any option ‘replace selected text with translated text’ or ‘copy to clipboard’, etc. After selecting your options, save the settings.

Transmiti supports Windows (XP, Vista and 7) and can be downloaded at source here.


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