How to Change the Language in Your Google Chrome Browser Back to English

Have you ever accidentally changed the language of your Google Chrome browser to a language you don’t understand? It can be frustrating, but don’t worry, changing it back to English is easy. Here’s how:

First, open your Google Chrome browser and click on the three dots in the top right-hand corner. Then, click on the third option from the bottom, which is the “Settings” option. Once the settings page opens, scroll down to the very bottom and look for an option with an arrow next to it. This should be the “Advanced” section. Click on the first option under the advanced settings, which is the “Language” section.

If you don’t see English in the list of languages, click on the link just under the languages to add English to the list. Then, choose English or your preferred language from the list. To make this language your default Google Chrome browser language, click on the three dots and choose the first option.

Once you’ve chosen your language and made it the default, click on the button that appears in front of the language you’ve chosen. This will relaunch your Chrome browser, and when it opens again, you will see that the language is now changed to English or your preferred language.

In summary, changing the language in your Google Chrome browser back to English is a simple process. By following the steps outlined above, you’ll be back to browsing in your preferred language in no time.