The program is definitely a one-of-a-kind one helping you translate license agreements into various languages. The installation flies by and the main window of the Software Translator displays 27 flags of various countries including Great Britain, Germany, Japan, Spain, Portugal, France, etc. The program contains the dictionary with a list of expressions that most of license agreements have. However, if translating from English into Japanese you need Japanese fonts to be installed on your computer since the software doesn't have any alphabet except for the Latin one. The program is surely capable to translate the whole agreement though you will have to launch the program to view the translated file, which is not very convenient. Considering that there are practically no similar programs around the translator could be quite helpful when putting programs in your PC.
What's new in version 7.0
ReleaseNovember 8, 2008
Date AddedJanuary 19, 2004
Operating SystemsWindows 2000, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows, Windows XP, Windows NT
Localization / translation / internationalization software. Software Translator translates any Windows applications into any new languages without affecting or altering the source code in any way. Software Translator can be seen as a 'translation driver' in the same way as you already have a printer driver and a mouse driver. Software Translator is currently supplied with 27 languages, including Chinese and Japanese, and it is possible to choose any language as 'source language' and any language as 'target language'. Software Translator can run in 'hidden mode' invisible for the user. The languages that come with Software Translator contain around 3000 common phrases which works well for testing, but for full localization program specific phrases needs to be added.