Change Facebook to English

If a person altered your language to one you do not understand (as a "joke", or by crash), are afraid not: below's Change Facebook To English even if you can not check out the words!

Change Facebook To English

When you have actually logged right into your account, click on the white down arrow (top right corner).

Select the "Settings" link: it is the 5th web link in the dropdown menu (see screenshot) - as additional help, your internet internet browser generally shows you a link's target when you relocate your mouse over it - in the reduced left corner of the display, your internet browser must present this URL (net address): "".

Considering that the "General settings" tab is immediately chosen, simply click on the last choice on the display, as shown on the screenshot listed below. Click the dropdown menu and find "English (United States)" (or whatever your preferred language is).

Pointer: hit the letter "E" to swiftly scroll to all the English alternatives. Once you've picked the ideal version, click on the blue switch (that's the one to "Save"

The page will promptly refill (in English!), and you'll get the confirmation that the default language has actually been transformed back to English: the setup is highlighted in yellow, with a "Changes saved" notice on the right. You are done! Click the Facebook logo (leading left corner) to go back to your homepage.

Fun idea: button to English Pirate or English Upside Down!

Facebook includes fun language variations (including Latin!!) - just select "English (Pirate)" to make use of fantasy old English (Arrr!), or "English (Upside Down)" to vertically flip all letters on the screen - thankfully, some message (like your username) stays understandable in regular message. Here how sections of the Setups screen appear like when you select each of those English variants: