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How to change the language of Chrome with a few steps

Sometimes we need to change the default language of Chrome for a website to be displayed in that language

Many websites do not have the option to change the language since they take it from your default configuration in the browser and depending on this you will see the options of the website in one or another language, webmediums.com for example has this option, also if If you want Chrome to offer you the translation of a website in your language you will have to have this preference to suggest it, with these simple steps you can change this behavior by default.

Change your language settings

Step 1: Start your Chrome browser on your device and go to the menu button in the top right corner of your Chrome window. The menu button is represented by three vertical points. 

How to change the language of Chrome with a few steps – How To – WebMediums

Step 2: Select "Settings" at the bottom of the menu. You can also quickly get to the Settings menu by typing chrome://settings/ in the address bar of your Chrome browser.

Step 3: Once you are in the configuration menu, go to the bottom of the options and click on "Advanced Settings" to view other additional options. 

Step 4: Scroll down until you see "Languages". Click or tap "Languages", or the down arrow to the right to see more options. 

Step 5: If you need to add a new language you can add it by clicking on "Add languages"

How to change the language of Chrome with a few steps – How To – WebMediums

Step 6: Search among the available languages ​​and click on the one you want to add, or type the language you want to put in the search bar. After you have selected the desired language, click on the "Add" button at the bottom right.

How to change the language of Chrome with a few steps – How To – WebMediums

Step 7: New languages ​​are automatically added to the end of the list. If you have more than one language selected, you can use the menu button, represented by the three points to the right of each language of your list to reorder the selected languages, or to eliminate any language that you do not need or do not use, by default Chrome you will always use the language that is first in this list to translate websites, the sites will also default to this first language, although it is true that they can all be taken into account if this first one is available will always be taken into account . 

Once you're done with the changes, you can close the Settings tab in your browser or exit Chrome. Changes will be saved and updated automatically.

Remember to always have your Chrome browser updated since these updates improve and give more security.

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