Google Chrome is, without a shadow of a doubt, the most popular and widely used web browser across the globe. Spanning numerous regions of the world, it has made its presence felt in various major and minor countries.
Hence with such a wide-reaching domain, it has to be double sure that its offering is tailored-made and suited locally for that specific region.
There couldn’t have been a better way for that than by providing its services customized according to the native language of that region. And the search giants seem to have effectively check-marked that requirement as well.
Its popular Chrome browser comes baked in with a plentitude of different languages that cater to near-about every region of the world. Be it the famous German and Spanish or even Igbo and Lao, you name it, and Chrome has it in its arsenal.
Making full use of the same, this guide shall make you aware of the instructions through which you could easily change Chrome’s display language to one of your choices. So without any further ado, let’s get started.
Change Chrome Display Language
Google Chrome supports multiple languages and allows you to select the preferred display language for options, menus, notifications, etc. The option to change the chrome language is available under Languages settings.
Here are steps to change the default display language in the Google Chrome browser:
- Launch the Chrome browser on the computer.
- Click on More for options and menu.
- Select Settings from the menu that appears.
- Scroll to the bottom and click to expand the Advanced section.
- Scroll to the Languages section and click on the Language to expand the menu.
- Click on the
- Enable the checkboxes for the required language from the list.
- Hit the
It will add the languages into the Chrome Language settings. button.
- Click on More next to the newly added language.
- Enable the checkbox for Display Google Chrome in this language.
- Hit the
button for the changes to take place.
Once the browser restarts, it will adopt the new language throughout its user interface.
Chrome also allows setting the language preference using the Move up and Move to the top command for newly added languages. The language at the top gets the first preference and will be set as default.
We can also enable the checkbox for Offer to translate pages in this language option if the auto-translate feature is required.
Bottom Line: Chrome Language Settings
These were the steps to change Google Chrome’s display language. Every Chrome option, menu, feature, and setting will respect the newly assigned language.
Moreover, you could add more than one foreign language and switch between them as and when required.
However, if you ever plan to remove a language from the browser, you need to click on More next to that language and hit the Remove command.
However, remember that the said option wouldn’t be available if it is your active language. So make sure to switch to another one before bidding farewell to it.
On that note, we conclude this guide. If you have queries about the steps above on changing the display language in Chrome, do let us know.