According to the latest statistics, Google Chrome holds the leading position among browsers and its worldwide market share is estimated at above 60%, which makes it an ultimate leader. There are numerous reasons for its positioning, such as fast browsing and overall great performance.
However, there are also many other aspects of this browser that make it so great, among others, its cosmopolitan nature and the ability to support more than 100 different languages.
In other words, Google Chrome allows you to change its default language and make its menus and settings appear in German, French, Zulu, or any other of the 100+ supported languages.
How to Change Language in Google Chrome
- The first thing you need to do in order to change your default Google Chrome language is to go to “More” or “Chrome customization”,
and select “Settings”.
- In a newly opened window, scroll down until you see “Advanced” options and when you do, click on them.
- Now, you will have a new window opened. Scroll down until you get to the “Languages” box and click on the showed button to spread the box.
- Here, you need to go to “Add languages”,
and in the newly opened window, find your preferred language and check the box in front of it (in our case, Greek), then press the “Add” button.
- After this, go to “Customization options” next to your desired language in the Languages box,
and check the option “Display Google Chrome in this language”.
- After you have done that, left-click on “Relaunch” button and wait until the Google Chrome relaunches and that is it. Your newly installed language will be ready for use.