How to Change Language in Google Chrome
Google Chrome is a very good web browser, but you can not enjoy all the benefits if the browser is not set in your language. If you want to change the default language in Google Chrome to your native language so you can easily start surfing the web, there are a few steps you should take to do it – even if you can not read a word on the screen. If you want to change the default language in Google Chrome, follow these steps.
1. Click the wrench button. You can find it in the top right of your Google Chrome browser bar. This is a button that looks like a box with three horizontal lines.
2. Click the fourth option from the bottom. In English, the button is “Settings.” No matter what the default language is, this option will be fourth from the bottom of the drop-down menu of the wrench button. This button will take you to the settings menu.
3. Click the last option at the bottom of the page. In English, this button will say “Show advanced settings …” This is written in blue in fonts smaller than other options and you can click on it to expand the list of advanced settings for your Google Chrome browser.
4. Click the fifth option from the bottom. In English, this button will say “Language and input settings.” This gray-gray Tombo will be under the “Languages” option – but you can not click that button. This button will take you to a new window which will allow you to change your default language.
5. Click the option at the bottom of the next screen. This will be the only button – in English, the button reads “Add.” After you click this button, a list of languages will appear.
6. Select your default language. Scroll through the options until you find the language you want to use in your Google Chrome. If you do not know the name of the language in the language currently used by the web browser, you can find out how to say your language name by using an online dictionary before you select it.
7. Click “OK.”
8. Click “Done.”
9. Restart your browser. Now your default language in Google Chrome must have changed.
These steps can also be used to change regional variants of a particular language. For example, Google Chrome automatically uses American English, but by following these steps you can change it to English English, Australian English, etc.