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  1. C:\> choco install poedit

    Package testing. See package page for more details. Poedit 2.2.3

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    The best editor for translating apps and sites (that use gettext). Simple. Fast. Easy to use. ### Anything Gettext (PO) Write translations for any software or web site that uses Gettext for localization. Gettext is used widely, in many programming languages and many projects – from WordPress to many PHP projects, Django or pretty much anything on... More information

  2. C:\> choco install qtranslate

    Package testing. See package page for more details. QTranslate (Install) 6.7.3

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    QTranslate is a free translator for Windows. With this small utility, you simply select the text you want to translate and then press the hot key (Ctrl+Q to show translation in the popup window or Double Ctrl click to show the translation in the main window). QTranslate also has the ability to speak text Ctrl+E and perform a dictionary search Ctrl+... More information

  3. C:\> choco install transifex-client

    Package testing. See package page for more details. Transifex Command-Line Tool 0.13.6

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    The Transifex Command-line Tool enables you to manage your translations within a project without the need of an elaborate UI system. You can use the command line tool to create new resources, map locale files to translations, and synchronize your Transifex project with your local repository. Translators and localization managers can use it to hand... More information

  4. C:\> choco install omegat

    Package testing. See package page for more details. OmegaT 3.1.8

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    OmegaT is a free translation memory application written in Java. It is a tool intended for professional translators. It does not translate for you! (Software that does this is called "machine translation", and you will have to look elsewhere for it.)