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https://google.com/ncr Once you visit this link, Google search localization, both region and language, will be disabled for all searches after that. I've read this somewhere on the internet long ago, don't remember where, it seems to be a "secret feature", but it works, I use it regularly. To reset, delete the web browser cookies. PS: I don't log in with ...


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in 2019,using the "http://www.google.com/trends/?hl=en" can direct to english language on google trends,but when you type some words to search it return chinese again. so there is another solution: visit google account settings:https://myaccount.google.com click Data & personalization-General preferences for the web-language,choose english and save ...


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I don't know what happened (AFAIK I haven't changed anything in my Google Account settings for at least months)... Google updates it's algorithms every few months and it seems that the latest updates have caused quite a few issues. There is a number of them mentioned under the official support community Google search uses German, when I have English ...


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Go the your Facebook settings on the Language and Region tab and set the Formats for dates, times and numbers under Region format to something appropriate, like South Africa (English)


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I had the same problem only with Google Quick Results, like when you are checking out a movie on Google after the search, on the right side. THIS IS HOW I FIXED IT: Short version: I fixed it with changing language priorities (or removing the unwanted language) from Google Chrome (which doesn't even make sense). After saving, it worked through all browsers ...


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