How to change Google Chrome Language on PC, Android, and iOS

Receiving Privacy Error Messages in Chrome

Google Chrome stands out as the preferred web browser globally, boasting the highest usage among internet users. However, not everyone using the browser may find the default English language comfortable. Fortunately, Google Chrome supports a multitude of languages, including Hindi and various regional dialects. Below, we outline the steps to change the default language on Chrome for PC, Android, and iOS. Recently, a feature to disable Google Chrome’s Targeted Ad Tracking has also been introduced.

Changing Chrome Language on Windows PC

  1. Open Google Chrome on your PC.
  2. Click on the three dots in the top-right corner and navigate to the “Settings” option.
  3. In the left sidebar, select the “Languages” option.
  4. Under “Preferred Languages,” select the “More” button.
  5. If your desired language isn’t listed, add it by clicking “Add languages.”
  6. Click “Display Google Chrome in this language.”
  7. Note: This option is exclusive to Windows computers.
  8. Restart Chrome to apply the changes.

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Changing Chrome Language on Android

  1. Launch Chrome on your Android device.
  2. Tap on the three dots located on the right of the address bar.
  3. Select “Settings” and go to “Languages.”
  4. Under “Chrome’s language,” tap on your current language.
  5. Choose the desired language from the list.
  6. Once the language is downloaded, tap “Restart” in the toolbar.
  7. The download is complete when you see “Language ready” under your newly selected language.

Also Read: How to Disable Google Chrome’s Targeted Ad Tracking

Chrome Language on Mac, iPhone, and iPad

On Mac, iPhone, and iPad, Chrome automatically adopts the default language of the device. If your iPhone, Mac, or iPad is set to Hindi or any other language, Chrome will display the entire user interface in that language. Here is how you can resolve the issue of Receiving Privacy Error Messages in Chrome.

Note: The steps provided for changing the Chrome language on Windows PC and Android are applicable as of the last update, and users are advised to check for any changes in the Chrome settings.

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