Why is my Google not in English?
Open Settings > Search settings. Under Region Settings at the bottom of the page, select the region corresponding to the Google domain you’re using. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click Save. You may also have to change and save the Language settings.
How do I make Google English?
Change your language on Google
- On your computer, go to the Search settings page.
- On the left, click Languages.
- Choose your language settings. …
- At the bottom of the page, click Save.
How do I stop Google from changing languages?
Open the Google App and click on the “More” tab at the bottom right corner. Now select “Settings”. In Settings, select the “Language and Region” option and then select the search region option. Here scroll down and select any English-speaking country.
Why is my Google Chrome in Chinese?
Quick overview: changing the Chrome browser language
Open the menu item “Settings.” Expand the displayed settings and scroll down to the “Language” section. Choose the preferred language and select “Display Google Chrome in this language”. If the preferred language is not listed, select the option “Add languages.”
How do you change the language back to English?
Change the language on your Android device
- On your Android device, tap Settings .
- Tap System Languages & input. Languages. If you can’t find “System,” then under “Personal,” tap Languages & input Languages.
- Tap Add a language. and choose the language that you want to use.
- Drag your language to the top of the list.
How do I make Google default to English?
- Go to your Chrome settings.
- Under Search, click on Manage search engines.
- Scroll to the bottom, fill Add a new search engine and Keyword with whatever you want.
- Press Done.
- Go back to Manage search engines and make it your default.
How do I get my English results on Google?
- On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google app .
- At the top right, tap your Profile picture or initial Settings Language & region. Search language.
- Tap the language you want to get search results in.
Why does my Google think I’m in another country?
This can be just a browser error, and to check that, we advise trying out a different web browser. In some instances, the issue can be related to cache, and you just need to clean it to fix the problem. If a certain website thinks you’re in a different country, adjusting your location settings should fix the problem.
Why is my website in a different language?
Open the browser settings. In the advanced section scroll down to find “Languages”. Click “Add” and select the language or language+region choice you want from the list available. Order the resulting list (drag and drop) so that it is in descending order of preference.
How do you get to Google Chrome settings?
You can open the Settings page by clicking on the icon with three stacked horizontal lines to the left of the address bar; this will open up a dropdown menu, and Settings will be located to the bottom of the screen.
How do I undo Never translate this site?
Undo “always translate” for a language
- On your Android phone or tablet, open the Chrome app .
- Go to a webpage written in that language. The page will start translating automatically.
- Tap More. and uncheck Always translate this language.