Google Chrome for Windows and Chrome OS lets you change the interface language of over 100 available languages. So, if you want Chrome's settings and menus to be displayed in a different language, do the following:
Mac OS, Linux, iPhone, iPad, and Android users must change the system's default language to change the language to Chrome will follow the example.
This guide uses Google Chrome for Windows. However, changing Chrome's default language on Chrome OS is pretty much the same.
Start Chrome first, click the menu icon, and then click Settings. Alternatively, you can enter
. chrome: // settings / into your address bar to get there directly.
and click on "Advanced".
. Click on "Language" to expand the setting.
If the setting has been expanded, click the three dots next to your preferred language and then click the checkbox next to "Show Google Chrome in that language".
if you want Chrome to translate a page to the Internet. Click the menu icon in a specific language and select the "Offer to translate pages in this language ".
in the menu. Every time you visit a page, Chrome asks you if the page is in the your chosen language should be translated.
RELATED: Enabling or Disabling Translation in Chrome
If the language in which you want to display Chrome is not listed, then click "Add Languages." . "
. In the window that appears, you can either search for a language or scroll through the list and select the corresponding check box. After selecting all desired languages, click on "Add" to close the window.
after selecting the language in which the Chrome User interface, you must restart the browser for these changes to take effect. Click on "Restart".
. After restarting Chrome, the browser will open in your preferred language. If you want to change Chrome to another language – or go back to the previous one – go to the language settings and select another one.