The Babylon Toolbar is a free software bundled in some partner sites and applications, taking the form of a toolbar for the Internet Explorer, and though rarer, to other browsers. Its main use is in translation, where you can translate a block of words or even a whole webpage with a simple click using the toolbar’s various features. It has options of to and from language as well, and this ability of the Babylon Toolbar is very useful if you find yourself dealing with webpages or sites that use languages other than English (the opposite is also true, of course, if English is not your native language).
Largely however the toolbar’s usefulness has been superseded by the far more convenient (and ultimately safer) alternative with the Google Translate, which does the same work without the additional burden of installing another program on your PC. Toolbars generally clutter the workspace of the browser and adds lag to the browser. It doesn’t have much in the way of options as well and its buttons are non-configurable, and useless to most of the features of the toolbar. It can be, however, uninstalled easily and safely, if you think you don’t need it.
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