Chrome is a great browser that is widely used. However, no matter how often you have used it, it will be slightly confusing when the language gets switched to something else. We will try to address this issue today. If you want to change the Chrome Browser language back to English or any other language. The process is very simple. This blog post walks you through the steps needed to get your browser settings back to where they should be.
Let's get started!
Changing the chrome browser language
Follow these steps to change the chrome browser language back to English.
The first step is to open up the Chrome browser and navigate to the settings page by clicking on the three dots icon in the top right corner of your screen and then choosing the
On the settings page, find the search bar and type in "languages" to bring up the preferred language settings.
Don't know which language your browser is running? Use google translate to help you detect the language, i.e., go to google and type "google translate." Then, change the language to "detect language."
Copy a word you don't understand from the chrome browser and paste it here. Google will show you which language your chrome browser is using.
Now that you know the language, you can do the same thing to translate words from the language you understand to the language you don't.
On this page, you will find a list of all the available languages for your browser. If you don't see the language you want, Choose "Add language" to get more languages you can add to your chrome browser.
Find the language you want to set as your default, and click on the three dots on the right.
A new pop-up will appear, and you will check on
Display Google Chrome in this language
The last step is to click on "Relaunch" to restart the browser with the new language.
You can confirm that your language has been changed successfully by typing something in the address bar or performing a search for a website in English. You should see results returned in English as well!
Congratulations, you have successfully changed your Chrome Browser language back to English! While it may seem minor, having your browser set to the language you are most comfortable using can improve your overall browsing experience. So take time to customize your settings and make Chrome work for you. And if you ever have any questions or need help with anything else, be sure to reach out to us for assistance.
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