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Chrome Like Translation Option For IE9 With Bing Translator

Google Chrome has a built-in option for translating web pages. When you visit a page that is in another language, Chrome’s built-in translation bar should offer to translate it into English. In the same way, if you want to translate web content into different languages in Internet Explorer 9 (IE9), here is how you can enable translation option in IE9.

To enable translation option in Internet Explorer 9, go to IE add-on gallery and install the Bing Translator accelerator.

After installation, right click any text on a page or right click an URL and choose “Translate with Bing”. The tool will automatically detect the source language and let you translate it into dozens of other languages.

 Bing Translator is a free online language translation service for text and web pages. Easily translate any text on any page with this Accelerator.

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