Google It has started to disable the built-in translation feature in older versions of the Chrome browser, so some users may not be able to access it and encounter the error “This page could not be translated”.
Google’s browser integrates a very useful function, especially when visiting foreign web pages, that allows you to instantly translate words, phrases, and entire websites in more than a hundred languages. In this way, the technology company makes it easier to understand the contents when browsing the Internet.
However, Google has started disabling translation in earlier versions of Google Chrome, as stated in a statement via its help page.
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In this sense, the company reports that users who are running Chrome version 95 or earlier may encounter the error message: “This page cannot be translated‘, when they try to use the built-in compiler.
Google has also made it clear that in order to continue using Translate, users must update their browser to, at least, Chrome M96 version, or later. In this context, he cautioned that if users cannot update to the M96 version, they will no longer be able to access the translation function of said browser.
However, as a workaround, the company has also stated that users can continue to use Google Translate on the web.
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