Microsoft has released “Microsoft Translator (built-in, read below)” extension to Edge Add-ons Store that can’t be installed to let the users know Microsoft Edge can translate the pages natively.
You can Translate pages in Edge legacy by installing Translator for Microsoft Edge that is available on the Store.
Microsoft Store now says “This is an extension for Microsoft Edge Legacy”.
After adopting Chromium, Microsoft disabled some Google Services and also integrated Microsoft Service in the new Edge browser.
New Microsoft Edge can natively translate the pages into 54 languages.
Today, Microsoft has published the Microsoft Translator extension to Edge Add-ons Store and is not available for download.
The extension page denies the user from installing the extension in the Edge browser by graying out the “Get” button”.
The page says “This extension doesn’t need to be installed because translation is now available by default in Microsoft Edge”.
Microsoft says the aim of publishing the Extension is to let users know new Microsoft Edge has the translate feature built-in and nothing else.
Good news! The new Microsoft Edge includes a built-in Translate feature powered by the Microsoft Translator. We did this so that we can provide this feature to more number of users and not just who consciously install the extension. This page is just to inform you about the built-in Translate feature in the new Edge and it does not add anything to the browser or do anything else! :-)