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Chrome got Excited and Could not Wait to Start Translating Webpages for You [Funny Image]
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Ha Ha :)
I am so iritated about this I am ready to unistall Goole Chrome.
@cyndy626 – You can turn off the feature. Just click on the Wrench icon > Options > Under the hood > Offer to translate pages…
Don’t turn the feature off, just uninstall Chrome.
Lots of people don’t see the funny side of Chrome are are uninstalling it.
I use Chrome for email, Internet Explorer for talking with Microsoft, and Firefox for everything else except downloading Wagner, for which I have Opera. I hate Wagner, so Opera gets little use.
GOOGLE CHROME FTW <3333
Chrome = 1984 Big Brother is watching…
Peeping through your Windows 7
Big Brother = Don Knotts …is watching…
Most English speaking people would appreciate this. We have had to endure american English for far too long.
The term “cola” used to refer to carbonated soft drinks such as Coca-Cola, Pepsi-Cola, and R.C. Cola, is derived from the kola nut, an early soda additive that provided both caffeine and the caramel coloring common to many drinks.
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