Advise easy desktop translator for Windows

Hello!

Recently noticed how much time I spent on the translation of a single word or simple phrase.
Now to pry the translation of the word, we have to look for tab Google Translate'and in the browser, paste/type in the input field of a search word, swearing on neopredelennii machine language bugs with Ajax and generally experience negative emotions.
Additions to the browser (tried several for Firefox) is not satisfied — when trying to open a new tab with the results unusable clutter on the screen. And indeed, often do not want to expand the browser window when (for example) watching a movie/listening to music, or come up with a name for the variable. Out of context from all of this...

Want weird: old fashioned, a little program that hangs itself in the Windows system tray, POPs up in my volition (ideally at hotkey) small window and translates (either online or locally) the entered word. The whole process should take place without long set-up translation directions and languages.

PS ideally I would like to find something like Makovsky Spotlight, but for translation. But this is probably unrealistic :)

UPDATE:
Use a reputable zelenin found a solution. This is a wonderfully elegant program QTranslate, which uses online translators. Below are a couple of screenshots showing the variants of translation of the selected text. In order to enter text manually, you can call main window (by default — double-clicking ctrl). The whole process takes no more than a couple seconds.





6 answers
October 8th 19 at 00:42
Solution
qtranslate is a small, lightweight, many services to choose from (Google, Yandex, PROMT, Babylon, etc.) for hotkey, a pop-up button next to the selected word/phrase.
This is exactly what I wanted. Thank you very much! - chloe commented on October 8th 19 at 00:45
Thank you, also put :) - Roderick92 commented on October 8th 19 at 00:48
October 8th 19 at 00:44
ABBYY Lingvo not?
Not - chloe commented on October 8th 19 at 00:47
Can I ask why not? Good because the program is... For a modern laptop I have a recent license, and eepie is 6th version, bought once a long time ago on the radio. And I think that's exactly what you need. Very bright "old-fashioned little program". I myself have both bring extensive on the main laptop, if not the license is tainted...
Well, if It for some reason are not satisfied, look at Dicto. With it I switched to Linguistic. - Roderick92 commented on October 8th 19 at 00:50
Lingvo is undoubtedly a great professional product for the translation. But my principles do not include firing a nuclear warhead on the cockroach. - chloe commented on October 8th 19 at 00:53
October 8th 19 at 00:46
October 8th 19 at 00:48
If you use IM and have an account from Google, why not add in contacts
en2de@bot.talk.google.com
en2ru@bot.talk.google.com
ru2en@bot.talk.google.com
etc.
Quickly and conveniently
October 8th 19 at 00:50
For example, I use Multitran (demo version), opening-to years. In the tray it is not hanging and not hotkey POPs up, but eats little memory, so you can keep running always. Supports several-to languages, though in free version the dictionaries are not very large (although in English.-Rus. — over 1,000,000 words).
October 8th 19 at 00:52
tried Babylon?
(russian.babylon.com)

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