Babylon Toolbar 9.0

Babylon Toolbar 2.0.0105 is an application to translate words
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Babylon Toolbar 2.0.0105 is an application to translate words from a language to another.
It installs as an addition of Babylon 7.There´s no way of installing it without Babylon 7, so the information about price and download links refers to the full product.

When you install Babylon 7, the Babylon Toolbar appears on your IE7 screen. You can type a foreign word in the given space, and then press over the "Search and Translate" button. The program will then show you a screen divided in two panels. The first one will show you the results of the search, provided by Google. The second one shows you the definition and translation of the given word.

You can choose the language you want to translate from between English, Arabic, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish and Turkish.

You can press the speaker button on the toolbar, and Microsoft SAM (or the Speech Engine you have installed) will pronounce the word for you.

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  • It may be useful if you want to know the meaning of a certain word

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Liubomir
Adware. Remove it with AdwCleaner or Hitman Pro.

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Babylon is a virus. It changes your home page and other browser settings so that you always end up in their site. Once it gets on your computer, you will never be able to remove it.

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pros: it translates, it does what hundreds of websites do.
cons: malware, spam, application takeover.

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