Service for labs.microsofttranslator.com is discontinued as of August 22, 2016. Service for products hosted within the labs: the Microsoft Translator Bookmarklet, interactive paraphrase, and the UIME demo is also discontinued.
If you were using the Bookmarklet to translate webpages, you can use one of the following options:
If you are using Microsoft 10 with the Windows 10 Anniversary update, you can add the Microsoft Translator extension to your Edge browser to instantly translate webpages.
If you are using Windows 10, but have not received the Anniversary Update, learn more here.
A) Select the text, right-click and select "Translate with Bing"
B) Install the Bing Bar at www.BingBar.com. The Bing Bar contains Microsoft Translator by default, but it is not automatically installed. You will need to go in its setting menu and add it to the bar.
Go to the Translator for Bing webpage at www.bing.com/translator and enter the URL into the translation field. This will only work for non-secure sites (http://, not https://).
Mobile Devices (Tablet or Phone)
iPhone or iPad: Install Microsoft Translator for iOS,
which includes the Translator extension for the Safari browser.
Android: Install Translator for Android from the store, which includes the inline translation feature. Just highlight the webpage or passage in a webpage and open the “Other Options” menu (the three dots after Cut, Copy, and Share). From the list, choose “Translator” and you’ll be able to translate into any of the 50+ languages supported by Microsoft Translator.