This English copy was created using Google Translate and was roughly checked by myself:
Whenever I use Bing Translator, I am thinking about a problem. Why can't Bing Translator automatically select a language? I will give two examples below: 1. Translate into native language Usually people use translation to paste the text to be translated into the [waiting for translation box], and then wait for the translated text to appear in the [result output box], so since the text to be translated can be recognized, why can’t Bing Translator automatically select the output language? Is the browser language (that is, the native language)? 2. Translate from native language Generally speaking, most users in a country translate from their own language to 'another language'. In China, 'another language' is English. So why can't Bing automatically select the user's common translation language to the [result output box] when the browser language is detected in the [waiting for translation box]? I don't think this is a technical problem. It is simple to detect the user's browser language, not to mention the ip can be used to locate the user. Why does Bing refuse to improve the user experience? I have endured it for a long time before publishing this article. It always takes a long time to choose the language of ‘translate to’. There is no search language box yet, and the user experience is really bad.