The Ashampoo Translation Studio software is a free utility provided by Ashampoo to users of its products who want to localize an Ashampoo program. Ashampoo’s software products actually generally have a lot of localizations offered: the Ashampoo Burning Studio 14 software, for instance, has Japanese, Ukrainian, and Lithuanian localizations aside from all the usual suspects (the more common translations). Other examples of localizations Ashampoo products may be found in include Georgian, Norwegian, Serbian, Croatian, Arabic, and Belorussian. That said, if users would still prefer to alter the language in their Ashampoo products to be more in line with their needs or even just their whims, Ashampoo’s Translation Studio offers a solution.
Ashampoo’s Translation Studio, once installed, provides users with a built in guide on how users can operate it. Specifically, it tells users how they can create their own language files to replace the default ones used for the Ashampoo product they are localizing. The Translation Studio executable file is around 12MB in size and can be installed without going online—although it does need to be downloaded from the Web—and is compatible with Windows computers.
Our users primarily use Ashampoo Translation Studio to open these file types:
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If you have additional information about which types of files Ashampoo Translation Studio can process, please do get in touch - we would love hearing from you.
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