How to Change Language on Google Chrome

This post shows students and new users steps to a secondary language when using Google Chrome web browser. When you typically read and write in a particular language, you can add your preferred language to Chrome and make it your default or switch between multiple languages when needed.

To add a language in Chrome is pretty straightforward and easy. However, not everyone is comfortable doing it. We’ll show you how to do that below. When a secondary language is added, Chrome won’t prompt you to translate when you visit a web page written in that language. It will display in its native version.

This should work on all Chrome browser installed on any operating systems, including Windows, MacOS and Linux systems.

Chrome, Edge and other browsers automatically prompts to translate web pages written in different language from your default chosen in your browser. In some cases, this will not work. In that case, you can manually choose the secondary language preference to translate.

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How to Install Google Chrome on Ubuntu 20.04 | 18.04

This brief tutorial shows students and new users how to install Google Chrome Web Browser on Ubuntu 20.04 | 18.04.

Google Chrome, a fast, secure and widely used web browser built for the modern web is easy to install and use on Ubuntu.

Google Chrome is not an opensource browser, and not automatically included with Ubuntu. You’ll have to download it manually or add its repositories to Ubuntu to get the latest versions.

If you’re a student or a new user, you will find out that the easiest place to start learning Linux is on Ubuntu Linux OS.

It’s a great Linux operating system for beginners. Ubuntu is an open source Linux operating systems that runs on desktops, laptops, server and other device.

While learning Ubuntu, you will find that Linux isn’t so different than Windows and other operating systems in so many ways, especially when it comes to using the system to get work done.

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Enable Google Chrome’s New Extensions Menu

This brief tutorial shows students and new users how to enable Google Chrome new extensions menu.

This new extension menu will provide a single location for all installed/enabled extensions combined under the new Extensions Toolbar Menu icon. This was introduced in Chrome 76 and only available if you manually enable it from Chrome’s flags page.

Who knows if this might be enabled by default with future Chrome updates. Currently, extensions you install are added to the toolbar using chrome standard “3-dot menu”.

This can really clutter your menu bar especially if you have multiple extensions installed and enabled. With this new extensions menu, all your enabled extensions will be moved from the 3-dot menu to the new extensions menu.

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How to Install the Official Google Chrome Browser on Ubuntu 16.04 | 18.04

Google Chrome, the most widely used internet browser today can can easily be installed on Ubuntu. The official Google Chrome is not an open source browser and you won’t see it in Ubuntu default repositories.

The open source version of Google Chrome is called Chromium, and it comes with Ubuntu default repositories. Users can simple run apt-get command to install Chromium.

If you want to install the official Google Chrome browser, the steps below should be a good place to start.

This brief tutorial is going to show students and new users how to install Google Chrome browser on Ubuntu 16.04 | 18.04 desktops.

Step 1: Download and Install Chrome

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Turn Off or On Google Chrome Ad Blocker

Google Chrome, the most popular web browser in use today can block intrusive advertisements on web pages you visit on your computer and mobile devices. It is understood that the more advertisements on a web site, the slower the page loads and maybe frustrating to users.

Google Chrome now removes ads from websites that violate the Better Ads Standards. The standards discourage the types of ads that are particularly annoying to people browsing the web daily. To help fix that, Google enables this feature in Chrome.

Now you can enable or disable the ad block feature in your Chrome browser. enabling this feature will greatly enhance your browsing experiencing across sites with too many ads.Chrome intrusive ad blocker is enabled by default, so you won’t see ads on websites that have poor ad experiences, like:

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Students Tutorial — Enable or Disable Google Chrome Browser Sync

Google Chrome web browser has a feature that automatically syncs your bookmarks, history, passwords and other settings across all your other devices. from your mobile devices to your computer and across different platforms.

Syncing your info in Google Chrome can be very helpful in that. If you change devices (like if you lose your phone or get a new laptop), you’ll get all your info back once you sign on to the new device with your account.

You can also personalize your experience with other Google services like your web and app activities. Syncing your data across devices may also pose a risk. in that if someone manage to logon to your device with your account, they will be able to see your synced data and activities.

Your priority when syncing your data should be to enable 2-factor authentication or improve the security of your devices.To get started with turning syncing on or off in Chrome, please follow the steps below:

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Students Tutorial — How to Update Google Chrome Browser

Google Chrome browser is the most popular web browser in use today. To make sure your Chrome browser is secured and protected, the latest security patches and upgrades are automatically applied to the browser installed on your computer.

New versions of the browser are also automatically installed when they are available. With these, you might sometimes notice your browser looks different when you open it. this is because of upgrades being installed while you were browsing the web.

Normally updates happen in the background when you close and reopen your computer’s browser. However, if you haven’t closed your browser in a while these updates won’t apply and will be in pending states.To update your Google Chrome browser, follow the steps below:

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How to Install Google Chrome on Ubuntu

This brief tutorial is going to show students and new users how to quickly install Google Chrome browser on Ubuntu 20.04 | 18.04 desktop.

Google Chrome, a fast, secure and widely used web browser built for the modern web is easy to install and use on Ubuntu.

Google Chrome is not an opensource browser, and not automatically included with Ubuntu. You’ll have to download it manually or add its repositories to Ubuntu to get the latest versions.

If you’re a student or a new user, you will find out that the easiest place to start learning Linux is on Ubuntu Linux OS.

It’s a great Linux operating system for beginners. Ubuntu is an open source Linux operating systems that runs on desktops, laptops, server and other device.

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Remove Pop-Ups and Ads from Google Chrome on Windows 10

If you’re frequently seeing pop-ups and ads or being redirected to web pages you didn’t ask for, you might have unwanted program or malware installed on your computer. These pop-ups won’t go away on their own. In fact serious malware software will change your default homepage and search engine on Chrome.

To avoid these things, you should watch out for things that look too good to be true. Winning a sweepstake or seeing expensive items for free is sometimes a trick to get you to download malware.

This brief tutorial is going to show students and new users how to remove unwanted malware programs and pop-ups from Google Chrome on Windows computers.

Step 1: Reset Chrome

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Install Google Chrome, Opera, Chromium, Vivaldi Web Browsers on Ubuntu 17.04 | 17.10

Students and new users who want to test different browsers and features may find it useful to install additional web browsers on Ubuntu. This brief tutorial shows you how to install Google Chrome, Opera, Chromium and Vivaldi web browsers on Ubuntu 17.04 | 17.10 easily from their official repositories.

When you install a package from its official repository on Ubuntu, you’ll get newer versions of the package together with the regular system updates or upgrades. So, installing package repositories on Ubuntu is recommended.

As you may already know by now, Ubuntu comes with Firefox as its default web browser. It is the only web browser installed by default. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

If you like Google Chrome or Opera or other browsers, you can easily install them and carry your favorite browsers with you across platforms. So, continue below to learn how to install Google Chrome, Opera and Chromium and others.

Installing Google Chrome

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