WooCommerce Multilingual 4.2 is a minor release addressing specific compatibility issues with other WooCommerce extensions, performance issues (especially for the back-end) and bug fixes.
Using the Installer for easy plugin download and updating
WooCommerce Multilingual has a built-in Installer for downloading, activating and updating all of the required plugins.
After you activate WooCommerce Multilingual, go to the Plugins page and click the Add new button on top. You will be presented with a list of plugins categorized under different tabs including Featured, Popular, Recommended, Favorites and Commercial.
Click the Commercial tab and you will be presented with an option to buy a WPML license or enter the registered site key if you already bought WPML. Once you have bought the plugin and registered your site via your Account page, you will be presented with a list of plugins available to download, activate and update.