In this video, Josh explains how to change the language setting in Google Chrome. Whether you accidentally changed it to another language or want to add a new language, Josh walks you through the steps to get your browser back to English or to add a new language to suit your needs.
- You can easily change the language setting in Google Chrome by going to the settings menu and selecting “Languages.”
- You can display Google Chrome in a different language or have the option to translate pages into your native language.
- You can customize your spell check options based on the language you choose.
Changing the Language Setting in Google Chrome
If you’ve accidentally changed the language setting in Google Chrome or you want to add a new language, this article will guide you through the process. Follow the sub-sections below to change the language setting in Google Chrome.
To access the settings in Google Chrome, open a new tab and click on the three dots located at the top right corner of the browser. From the drop-down menu, select “Settings” to open the settings page.
Navigating the Advanced Settings Menu
Once you’re on the settings page, navigate to the left side of the page and click on the “Advanced” tab. Under the “Advanced” tab, click on “Languages” to open the language settings menu.
Selecting a Language
In the language settings menu, you can select your preferred language by clicking on the top drop-down menu that says “Language”. If you have English available, click on the three dots to the right and check the box that says “Display Google Chrome in this language”. If you want to add a new language, click on “Add languages” and search for the language you want to add. Once you’ve added the language, it will appear in the “Order languages based on your preference” section.
Customizing Spell Check
To customize the spell check, scroll down to the bottom of the language settings menu and click on “Customize spell check”. Here, you can add or remove custom words and turn spell check on or off for each language.
That’s it! By following these simple steps, you can change the language setting in Google Chrome and customize the spell check to suit your needs.