Edge DevTools Are Now Available in 11 Languages

Microsoft today made an announcement that DevTools included in Edge Chromium are now available in 11 languages. Besides English, it is possible to get them translated in Chinese Simplified and Traditional, French, Italian, Korean, Russian, German, Portuguese, Japanese, and Spanish.


However, Microsoft considers this feature as experimental, since DevTools translation is a work-in-progress, so it is hidden behind a flag in Microsoft Edge.

To Have DevTools Translated in New Languages,

  1. Open Microsoft Edge.
  2. Type edge://flags into the address bar.
  3. Find the flag Enable localized Developer Tools.
  4. Set it to Enabled.

You are done.

The Redmond software giant is going to add support for more languages, including right-to-left languages like Arabic.

Microsoft recently released the first stable version of Microsoft Edge Chromium to the public. Surprisingly, Microsoft Edge is still supporting a number of aging Windows versions, including Windows 7, which has recently reached its end of support. Check out Windows Versions Supported by Microsoft Edge Chromium.

Interested users can download MSI installers for deployment and customization.

For pre-release versions, Microsoft is currently using three channels to deliver updates to Edge Insiders. The Canary channel receives updates daily (except Saturday and Sunday), the Dev channel is getting updates weekly, and the Beta channel is updated every 6 weeks. Microsoft is going to support Edge Chromium on Windows 7, 8.1 and 10, alongside macOS, Linux (coming in the future) and mobile apps on iOS and Android.

Actual Edge versions

The actual versions of Edge Chromium at the moment of this writing are as follows:

You will find many Edge tricks and features covered in the following post:

Hands-on with the new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge

Also, see the following updates.

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Author: Sergey Tkachenko

Sergey Tkachenko is a software developer who started Winaero back in 2011. On this blog, Sergey is writing about everything connected to Microsoft, Windows and popular software. Follow him on Telegram, Twitter, and YouTube.

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