Windows 10: New Microsoft Translator Windows 10 app

  1. Brink's Avatar
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 18242
       02 May 2018 #1

    New Microsoft Translator Windows 10 app


    Download and try the new Microsoft Translator Windows 10 app redesigned from the ground up for productivity. An integrated solution for translation on Windows 10, built on the latest generation AI machine translation technologies, it will help users increase their productivity for all their translation related tasks.

    Getting translations done has never been easier. The redesigned app features Cortana integration, support for Windows Ink and image translation, AI-powered offline translations, and a newly redesigned modern user interface. The new Microsoft Translator app will quickly become a productivity favorite pinned to your taskbar.

    Integrated translation solution for Windows 10



    The app supports over 60 languages, across text, voice, image, and Windows Ink translations.

    Users will be able to:

    • Listen to the translation: Hear a playback of the translation (Text-To-Speech technology)
    • Learn more: Highlight any word and click “Dictionary” to look up the word’s possible translations. View example sentences in both languages to decide which translation works best given your particular context.
    • Pin translations to view later within your History tab.
    • Save the translations to a text file.
    • Share translations through email, or any other Windows 10 apps such as OneNote, Skype, Twitter, etc.

    In addition to translating short spoken sentences using the voice feature, users can also start or join translated conversations across multiple devices through the Translator live feature. To do this, users simply go to the Conversation menu, choose the language they’re speaking or typing, share the unique conversation code with others, and engage in a real-time translated conversation with up to 100 participants, each using their own Windows 10, Android, iOS or Kindle device.

    The Translator live feature is available in 10 speech languages and over 60 text languages.



    Reimagining translation productivity

    The Windows 10 app comes fully loaded with a modern design and productivity-centric capabilities for both on- and off-line use. Join or start Translator live conversations using Cortana, reference our human-verified Phrasebooks while traveling, and import Word and text documents directly in the app.

    Join Presentation Translator conversations

    Presentation Translator for PowerPoint displays live subtitles in any of the over 60 supported languages. If the selected subtitle language is not one an audience member knows, they can follow along in the Translator app in their own language by entering the presentation's unique conversation code into the app's Conversation tab. Click here to download and start using Presentation Translator for PowerPoint.

    Audience members can join Q&A sessions in their chosen language, while others see the response in their own language. Want to see how Presentation Translator works? Check out this video on how to get started with Presentation Translator for PowerPoint.

    Cortana Integration

    Starting and joining Translator live conversations on Windows 10 has never been easier. Simply say, “Hey Cortana, ask Translator to join conversation ABCDE”, and instantly join conversations directly within the app. You can also start conversations by saying, “Hey Cortana, ask Translator to start a conversation”, and the app will open the Conversation tab directly.

    Phrasebook



    The app also features the Phrasebook feature where you can browse phrases and quickly get their human-verified translation.

    In the Phrasebook, you'll find a variety of essential phrases for travel, directions, lodging, dining, and more.

    Import text and Word documents directly in the app

    Need to translate a few pages? Now you can import documents directly from the Text translation tab and save the translation in a text file.

    Latest-generation translation technologies

    The redesigned Windows 10 app uses the latest generation, AI-powered, neural machine translation technologies.

    Offline Neural Network language packs

    Translate text and images while offline through neural-network powered offline translation packs, available whenever and wherever you need them. These packs offer up to 23 percent better offline translation quality over competing best-in-class non-neural offline packs. This means that even when you’re not connected to the internet, offline translation quality using the Windows 10 app is closer to human translation than offline translations have ever been.

    Click on the Language Packs tab, install a language pack while online, and the app will automatically use this pack for any of the app’s text and image translation capabilities while offline.

    The new Windows 10 app uses the same translation technology you’re familiar with in other Microsoft Translator powered apps and services:


    Ready to start using the new Windows 10 app? Download it here (or update to the latest version if it’s already installed).


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  2.    02 May 2018 #1

    I shall try this out as I often need stuff translating for work.
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  3. Posts : 1,336
    W10 pro x64 and W8.1 x86
       05 May 2018 #2

    I would have posted here had I known. Whoever dreamt up the idea of having it use a green tile...

    MS Translator. New version installed ? - Windows 10 Forums

    It works well enough... very well actually... but its a bit anaemic looking to use.

    (new project for Shawn how to create a custom tile for an app. Hint hint)
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  4. dencal's Avatar
    Posts : 2,804
    W10 Pro + W10 Preview
       05 May 2018 #3

    Superb App...covers most languages.
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  5.    05 May 2018 #4

    I've been using Translator for almost a year. I like the revised look. The new version keeps a history list separate from the main page, which made it very cluttered after a while. And you can clear it to make it easier to find things later.
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