Latest Google Toolbar for Firefox Comes with Translations and Supports Firefox’s Private Browsing mode

Written By Sam on 2 October 2009

The new version of Google Toolbar for Firefox brings in the Google’s advanced in-page translation which makes it easy for you to read a webpage/blog in another language with the click of a button. This comes after the new Google Toolbar with Sidewiki for Internet Explorer and Firefox which allows you to contribute helpful information next to any webpage by allowing users to leave a comment on an entire page or a selected piece of text, and share the URL via email, Twitter or Facebook.


The latest version of Google Toolbar for Firefox has several other new features which includes displaying high-quality website suggestions and sponsored links as you type your query. The latest Toolbar also supports Firefox 3.5’s Private Browsing mode in which in which Firefox will stop recording your browsing history. The new version of Toolbar in Firefox will not record your search history while in Private Browsing mode. It will also turn off PageRank, Web History and Sidewiki.

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