How to Change Language of a Browser in Mac or Windows

Want to experience browsing in your own language? If you’re finding it difficult to understand the language of a browser or have two browsers installed and want to use one in your language and one in default, then read on. Here is how to change the language in Google Chrome, Safari, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, and Mozilla Firefox.

How to Change Language of a Browser in Mac or Windows

How to change the language in Google Chrome

1.    Launch ‘Google Chrome.’

2.    Click on ‘More’ button.

3.    Go to ‘Settings’ and click on it.

4.    Click on ‘Advanced’ at the bottom.

5.    Scroll down to the Languages section.

6.    Click on ‘Language.’

7.    Click on ‘Add languages.’

8.    Find and select your language.

9.    Click ‘Add’.

10.    Now, click the ‘More’ button of the language you added to chrome.

11.    Select ‘Display Chrome in this language.’

12.    Click the ‘Relaunch’ button next to the language you selected.

Unfortunately, in Mac, you can’t change the language settings of Chrome. However, you can try to change the default language of your Mac so that you can use Google Chrome in your language.

How to change the language in Safari

You can’t language settings of Safari browser, but if you want to change its language and use it in your language, then you need to change the default language of your Mac. Here is how to change Mac’s default language.

1.    Open ‘Apple’ menu.

2.    Select ‘System Preferences.’

3.    Click on ‘Language & Region’.

4.    Click the ‘+’ button near the bottom of the “Preferred languages” box.

5.    Find and select your language.

6.    Click ‘Add’.

7.    Drag and drop the language you want to use to the top of the language list.

The language will set as the default language of your Mac, and it means Safari will also open in the same. If you’re using Google Chrome (other browsers), then it may also open in the selected language.

How to change the language in Firefox

1.    Launch ‘Firefox’.

2.    Click the ‘Hamburger’ button.

3.    Go to ‘Options/Preferences’ and click on it.

4.    Click on the ‘General’ tab.

5.    Go to the ‘Language’ section.

6.    Click the ‘Choose..’ button.

7.    Click the ‘Select a language to add…’ dropdown button.

8.    Find and select your language.

9.    Click the ‘Add’ button.

10.    Then click ‘OK.’

11.    Close ‘Firefox’ and re-open it.

When you restart your Firefox browser again, it will open in your language. Your selected language may not be applied to the menus, but the websites you visit will translate and open in your language if it supports the language.

How to change the language in Microsoft Edge or Internet Explorer

To change your Microsoft Edge or Internet Explorer browser’s language, you need to change the language of your PC without this, you can’t change the browser’s language. Here is how to change the default language of Windows PC.

1.    Open ‘Settings’.

2.    Open ‘Time & Language’ settings.

3.    Select ‘Region & language’ from left panel.

4.    Click ‘+ Add a language’.

5.    Find and select your language.

6.    Click ‘Next.’

7.    Select language features to install.

8.    Click ‘Install.’

9.    Wait for the language and features to install.

10.    Restart your PC.

Once all this was done, you’ll see the default language of your PC will change to your language, the same will also apply in the Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer browser.

That’s it! Enjoy browsing in your language.

Source:- How to Change Language of a Browser in Mac or Windows

Sam John is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technology industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Sam has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup.

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