When you change the browser’s language, it affects all of the browser’s settings and menus. It’s the perfect way to get rid of your latest linguistic headache if your buddy thought it would be funny to make your browser rather unreadable or you’re working with a machine that naturally “speaks a different language. Fortunately, you don’t have to put up with its prejudices any longer, because we’ll show you how to change your Google Chrome browser’s chosen language.
Before you begin, keep in mind that you can only modify Google Chrome’s default language if you have a Windows or Chromebook machine, according to Google Help.
Follow the following step to change Language
Step 1. Go to Google Chrome
Step 2. Click on 3 dots and select the setting option
Click on 3 dots Select setting option
Step 3. Type “chrome:/settings/” into the address bar of your Chrome browser to access the Settings menu.
Step 4. Scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page and pick Advanced.
Click on Advanced Option
Step 6. Click on language Add Language.
Step 7. Scroll down the list of available languages and pick one to add, or type the language you want to add.