With the passage of the Microsoft Edge browser to the Chromium engine, it has borrowed many features of Google Chrome. Just run both on the same support.
Features borrowed from Microsoft Edge from Chrome include the option of translating the visited web pages, if they are written in a language other than that of the operating system or browser.
This option can be quite annoying, especially if we prefer to keep the operating system in a language other than the mother tongue. For example, many users prefer to keep the operating system and applications in English, although this is not their native or official language in their native country.
For this reason, Microsoft Edge Chromium will automatically provide the option of translating the visited web pages, if they are not in English.
Fortunately, this option can be permanently disabled for all visited web pages, regardless of the language in which they are written.
How to disable web page translation on Microsoft Edge Chromium
1. go to Microsoft Edge Chromium at the three suspension points for the options menu, then at “Settings".
2. Go to the menu on the left at "Languages"Then disable the option"Offer to translate pages that aren't in a language you read".
After you disable this option, you will no longer be asked if you want to translating a visited web page.
The tutorial is done on MacOS with Microsoft Edge Chromium, but most likely in the same way it is deactivated on the dedicated version Windows 10.How to disable web page translation on Microsoft Edge Chromium