Just because Google's Chrome browser thinks it knows what language you want to surf the Internet in, this doesn't mean it's always good.
Fortunately, you no longer have to tolerate the assumptions, because we are here to show you how to change the preferred language of your Google Chrome browser.
Changing your language settings
Changing the language used in Chrome takes only a few steps, and while the process may seem intimidating, the operation is easy enough for beginners to perform. The following steps were taken with the latest version of Chrome on Windows 10, but you can apply the same procedure to a Chrome OS device such as a Chromebook. A similar procedure also applies to Microsoft & # 39; s Chromium-based Edge Browser, just search for the option through the menu button and press Settings and then Languages . And according to Google, the browser for Chrome on Macs & # 39; is automatically displayed in the default system language for your computer & # 39;
Step 1: Launch your Chrome browser on your device and navigate to the menu button at the top right of your Chrome window. The menu button is represented by three stacked points.
Step 2: Select Settings at the bottom of the menu. Alternatively, you can quickly navigate to the Settings menu by typing "chrome: // settings /" in the address bar of your Chrome browser.
Step 3: Once you are in the settings menu, scroll down at the bottom of the list and click on Advanced to display additional options.
Step 4: Continue to scroll down until you see Languages . Click or tap Language or the down arrow on the right to display more options.
Step 5: You can add a new language by clicking on the blue Add languages button .
Step 6: Browse the available languages and click on the language you want to add or type the language you want to add in the search bar. After you have selected the desired language, click on the button Add at the bottom right.
Step 7: New languages are automatically added to the bottom of a list. If you have selected more than one language, you can also use the menu button (represented by three stacked dots) on the right side of each language in your list to re-arrange your selected languages or remove a language that you do not need or used.  Chrome languages "/>
When you have finished your changes, you can close the Settings in your browser or close Chrome. The changes will be saved and updated automatically.
Display Chrome in a new language or translate webpage & # 39; s
After adding your language, you want to enable it so that Chrome uses that new language.  Step 1: You want to go to the settings Languages proceed from the above guide to navigate your way to Step 4. Click the menu button to the right of the desired language, which is again displayed by three stacked points.
Step 2: You can select the first box, the box next to the sentence Show Google Chrome in this language .
The restart button is displayed next to the language. You want to restart Chrome to apply the new settings.
If the new language is enabled, the Google Translate translation popup window will not be displayed when you visit a website or page in this language. For example, if you choose to display Chrome in French, Google Translate will not be displayed when you visit the Amazon France portal.
If you still want Google Translate to be displayed when you visit a page written in the same language used to display Chrome, you want to navigate to the Chrome language setting and on the menu next to click the desired language. You want to make sure that the check box to translate pages in this language is selected.
If you really do not want to change these settings, keep in mind that Google is a special Translate website that can easily translate text or documents and save you some time. If you regularly translate documents that you find online, you may want to download the Google Translate extension to make it easier to use.