commit 51f859e83ba137b166316a0163677c2bc6f87c9d
Author: Translation commit bot <>
Date:   Wed Apr 11 10:20:34 2018 +0000

    Update translations for support-tbb
 zh_CN.json | 28 ++++++++++++++--------------
 1 file changed, 14 insertions(+), 14 deletions(-)

diff --git a/zh_CN.json b/zh_CN.json
index 70c11f7e4..f15562e3b 100644
--- a/zh_CN.json
+++ b/zh_CN.json
@@ -86,14 +86,14 @@
     "tbb-14": {
        "id": "#tbb-14",
        "control": "tbb-14",
-       "title": "Should I install a new add-on or extension in Tor Browser, 
like AdBlock Plus or uBlock Origin?",
-       "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">It's strongly discouraged to install 
new add-ons in Tor Browser, because they can compromise both your privacy and 
your security. Plus, Tor Browser already comes installed with two add-ons — 
HTTPS Everywhere and NoScript — which give you added protection.</p>"
+       "title": "我应该在Tor Browser里安装新的扩展程序吗? 
例如AdBlock Plus或者uBlock Origin?",
+       "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\"> 我们强烈不推荐您在Tor 
¨ã€‚另外,Tor Browser已经安装了两个扩展程序 — HTTPS 
Everywhere和NoScript — 它们将会给您额外的保护.</p>"
     "tbb-15": {
        "id": "#tbb-15",
        "control": "tbb-15",
-       "title": "Can I download Tor Browser for ChromeOS?",
-       "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">Unfortunately, we don't yet have a 
version of Tor Browser for ChromeOS.</p>"
+       "title": "我能为ChromeOS下载Tor Browser吗?",
+       "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">很不幸, 
我们还没有ChromeOS的Tor Browser版本.</p>"
     "tbb-16": {
        "id": "#tbb-16",
@@ -104,13 +104,13 @@
     "tbb-17": {
        "id": "#tbb-17",
        "control": "tbb-17",
-       "title": "Is it safe to run Tor Browser and another browser at the same 
+       "title": "同时运行Tor Browser和其他的浏览器安全吗?",
        "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">If you run Tor Browser and another 
browser at the same time, it won't affect Tor's performance or privacy 
properties. However, be aware that your other browser is not keeping your 
activity private, and you may forget and accidentally use that non-private 
browser to do something that you intended to do in Tor Browser.</p>"
     "tbb-18": {
        "id": "#tbb-18",
        "control": "tbb-18",
-       "title": "Is there support for *BSD?",
+       "title": "有对*BSD的支持吗?",
        "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">Sorry, but there is currently no 
official support for running Tor Browser on *BSD. There is something called the 
TorBSD project, but their Tor Browser is not officially supported.</p>"
     "tbb-19": {
@@ -134,14 +134,14 @@
     "tbb-22": {
        "id": "#tbb-22",
        "control": "tbb-22",
-       "title": "How can I make Tor run faster? Is Tor Browser slower than 
other browsers?",
+       "title": "如何能使Tor运行得更快? Tor Browser比å…
        "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">Using Tor Browser can sometimes be 
slower than other browsers. The Tor network has over a million daily users, and 
just over 6000 relays to route all of their traffic, and the load on each 
server can sometimes cause latency. You can help improve the speed of the 
network by running your own relay, or encouraging others to do so. That said, 
Tor is much faster than it used to be and you may not actually notice any 
change in speed from other browsers.</p>"
     "tbb-23": {
        "id": "#tbb-23",
        "control": "tbb-23",
-       "title": "What search engine comes with Tor Browser and how does it 
protect my privacy?",
-       "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">DuckDuckGo is the default search 
engine in Tor Browser. DuckDuckGo does not track its users nor does it store 
any data about user searches.</p>"
+       "title": "Tor 
+       "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">DuckDuckGo是Tor 
     "tbb-24": {
        "id": "#tbb-24",
@@ -164,13 +164,13 @@
     "tbb-27": {
        "id": "#tbb-27",
        "control": "tbb-27",
-       "title": "How do I update Tor Browser?",
+       "title": "我如何更新Tor Browser?",
        "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">You can update Tor Browser as soon as 
a new version is released.</p><div class=\"col-md-6\"><div class=\"card\"><img 
class=\"card-img-top\" src=\"/static/images/image4.png\" alt=\"New release 
alert\"><div class=\"card-body\"><h4 class=\"card-title\">Tor Browser will 
prompt you to update the software once a new version has been released.</h4><p 
class=\"card-text\">The Torbutton icon (the little green onion in the top left 
corner of the browser) will display a yellow triangle.</p></div></div></div><p 
class=\"mb-3\">You may see a written indication when Tor Browser opens telling 
you that an update is available.</p><div class=\"col-md-6\"><div 
class=\"card\"><img class=\"card-img-top\" src=\"/static/images/image5.png\" 
alt=\"New release alert\"><div class=\"card-body\"><h4 
class=\"card-title\">Card title</h4><p class=\"card-text\">Card 
text</p></div></div></div><p class=\"mb-3\">Tor browser will install the 
updates.</p><div class=\"col-md-6\"><div clas
 s=\"card\"><img class=\"card-img-top\" src=\"/static/images/image3.png\" 
alt=\"New release alert\"><div class=\"card-body\"><h4 
class=\"card-title\">Card title</h4><p class=\"card-text\">Card 
     "tbb-28": {
        "id": "#tbb-28",
        "control": "tbb-28",
-       "title": "How do I uninstall Tor Browser?",
+       "title": "我如何卸载Tor Browser?",
        "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">Removing Tor Browser from your system 
is simple:</p><p class=\"mb-3\"><ol><li>Locate your Tor Browser folder or 
application. The default location on Windows is the Desktop; on macOS it is the 
Applications folder (on macOS, you have to move it into the Applications folder 
when you complete the installation process). On Linux, there is no default 
location, however the folder will be named \"tor-browser_en-US\" if you are 
running the English Tor Browser.</li><li>Delete the Tor Browser folder or 
application.</li><li>Empty your Trash.</li></ol></p><p class=\"mb-3\">Note that 
your operating system’s standard “Uninstall” utility is not used.</p>"
     "tbb-29": {
@@ -206,7 +206,7 @@
     "tbb-34": {
        "id": "#tbb-34",
        "control": "tbb-34",
-       "title": "Why does Tor Browser ship with Javascript enabled?",
+       "title": "为什么Tor Browser的Javascript是启用的?",
        "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">We configure NoScript to allow 
JavaScript by default in Tor Browser because many websites will not work with 
JavaScript disabled. Most users would give up on Tor entirely if we disabled 
Javascript by default because it would cause so many problems for them.</p><p 
class=\"mb-3\">Ultimately, we want to make Tor Browser as secure as possible 
while also making it usable for the majority of people, so for now, that means 
leaving Javascript enabled by default. For users who want to have Javascript 
disabled on all HTTP sites by default, we recommend changing your Tor Browser's 
security slider (in the Tor Browser Onion menu under \"Security Settings\"). 
The low/default setting allows Javascript, but the medium and high levels both 
block Javascript on HTTP sites.</p>"
     "tbb-35": {
@@ -224,7 +224,7 @@
     "tbb-37": {
        "id": "#tbb-37",
        "control": "tbb-37",
-       "title": "I need Tor Browser in a language that's not English.",
+       "title": "我需要Tor Browser的语言不是英语.",
        "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">We currently offer Tor Browser in the 
following languages:</p><p class=\"mb-3\"><ul><li>English 
(en-US)</li><li>\"العربية\" (ar)</li><li>Deutsch (de)</li><li>Español 
(es-ES)</li><li> فارسى (fa)</li><li>Français (fr)</li><li>Italiano 
(it)</li><li>日本語 (ja)</li><li>Korean (ko)</li><li>Nederlands 
(nl)</li><li>Polish (pl)</li><li>Português (pt-BR)</li><li>Русский 
(ru)</li><li>Türkçe (tr)</li><li>Vietnamese (vi)</li><li>简体字 
     "tbb-38": {
@@ -248,7 +248,7 @@
     "tbb-41": {
        "id": "#tbb-41",
        "control": "tbb-41",
-       "title": "Why did my search engine switch to DuckDuckGo?",
+       "title": "为什么我的搜索引擎换成了DuckDuckGo?",
        "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">With the release of Tor Browser 
6.0.6, we switched to DuckDuckGo as the primary search engine. For a while now, 
Disconnect has had no access to Google search results which we used in Tor 
Browser. Disconnect being more of a meta search engine which allows users to 
choose between different search providers fell back to delivering Bing search 
results which were basically unacceptable quality-wise.</p>"
      "tbb-42": {

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