Using DeepL is easy. Just select the text in any program and then press CTRL + C on your keyboard for the selected fragment to appear in the main DeepL window. The application will detect the source language itself, and the target user will indicate it by selecting it from the drop-down list.
Always at hand
Interestingly, when you turn off DeepL, it is minimized to the system tray, so it doesn't take up space on the taskbar. In the program configuration menu, it is possible to change notification settings and exclude some programs from the quick translation function.
Instead of Google Translator
DeepL may prove to be an interesting alternative to Google Translate, Microsoft's Bing Translator, or other similar tools. It is true that the application described is available in the beta phase, but the service itself has been operating since August 2017.