Select below the browser of your preference and learn how to activate the translator.
When you come across a page written in a language you don't understand, you can use Chrome to translate the page.
To return to the original language, click the translate icon at the top and click "show original".
On your mobile device, In the chrome menu under settings > languages > choose the language and click on "offer to translate". You will get a popup with the language choice.
Reference and others devices: Google Support
By default, Firefox does not come with translation features. However, you can easily add such a feature by installing an add-on of your choice.Recommended Extensions
For a list of recommended translation extensions, visit the Translation Tools collection on addons.mozilla.org.
Reference: Mozilla Support
Read the entire web! Automatically translate entire webpages into your preferred language as you browse or just translate snippets when there's a few words you don't understand. Start translation via the configurable keyboard shortcut or toolbar button.
Link: Safari Extensions
Translate entire web pages with this convenient extension dedicated to the Opera browser. There are more than 50 languages for translation of content from English to French, from China to Indonesia and more, with the ability to choose and upgrade options are included in this practical widget
Reference: Opera Addons
Look for the Microsoft Translator icon in the address bar when visiting a foreign-language webpage. Click on the icon to instantly translate the webpage to your preferred language. You can also select text you want to translate and right-click to get in-line translations.
Reference: Microsoft Store