How to change macOS Safari default language


If you want to change the default language of macOS Safari web browser, you can follow the below steps,

Note: This will change the default language of all the applications to the one you set as primary.
  1. Close Safari,
  2. Now go to Apple Menu: System Preferences...,
  3. Click on Language & Region,
  4. Click on + sign to add new Region,
  5. Select a petered language,
  6. Click on Add,
  7. You will see a prompt based on what you select: Would you like to use English (US) as your primary language?: When changing your primary language, some applications may not use the new language until your computer is restarted.
  8. You many have to restart the system to apply the changes.
Change macOS Safari Browser Default language
Change macOS Safari Browser Default language
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