Google chrome is a cross-platform web browser developed by Google and released in 2008 for Microsoft Windows. It has a robust feature set including complete integration with Google Mail along with cross-platform syncing ability, making it the most popular web browser today.
How to change the language of google chrome
Changing your browser’s language is a rather easy task. For this, we need to access our Language Settings and add the desired language. Just follow the steps and you are good to go.
- Click on the three-dots on the top right of your browser and go to settings.
- Once you are in settings, scroll down and access the Advanced settings.
- Scroll further and you should see the Languages panel. Click on the dropdown menu of Languages.
Another simpler way to access language settings is to simply copy and paste the following link in your browser’s address bar
- Click on Add Languages, and from the pop-up menu, select your desired language.
- Once you add your preferred language, you should see it in your Language Panel. Click on the three-dots against your language and from the pop-up options, check the box Display Google Chrome in this language.
- It will ask you to Re-launch your browser. Hit the button, and when the browser restarts, you should see that your language has been changed.
Changing language back to default
If you or someone else used your laptop or computer and changed your chrome language to some foreign language and you are finding it hard to navigate through the settings to change the language back to default. Simply access your language settings by going to the following link
Again, you are in the language section, and you shall see the previously used languages listed in the dropdown menu.
Click on three-dots and simply check Display Google Chrome in this language. And you are good to go.