If you are a research guy then you are for sure a huge Wikipedia fan because its one of the best websites on the web which offers with complete Authority Content which is totally original and useful but the question arises when you want to translate the content and save a copy of those on your computer. We are going to use the Google Translator Kit service for this job to be done.
In order to start using this service you need to click on the ‘Upload’ option which offers you with multiple options like Uploading a Local File from your computer or select the tab of ‘Wikipedia article’ where you need to enter the URL of a wikipedia article and a option to save the file as to the language you want to convert the file to.
Once this is done you will find the complete page to be changed into two panels with the original article in a different automated format on the left and the right panel showing you the translated content. It took quite a good amount of time to translate because it because the page had around 4100 words. You can find a list of options on the top right section ranging from sharing the file to saving the file and closing the whole translator toolkit. The saved files are saved on the toolkit’s section of your Google Account and you need to check the file and download it which is saved in a text file format.