When I do a search ( say Adolf Hitler) it comes up mostly in German. I do no German. I deleted the browser and reloaded - no change
the question pretty much is the problem, but if I search using Safari then there is no German.
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Are you getting results on google.com or google.de? Google may direct you to a country-specific site based on your IP address or other location information. To avoid that, try this address, which should set the "no country redirect" cookie:
greetings...... tried the link; did not work. Sounds like a possible good rabbit trail but perhaps need to set something when I'm at the link?
thanks for the input - wayne mcnally
Could you check your Firefox's Troubleshooting Information page. You can open that using either:
- "3-bar" menu button > "?" Help > Troubleshooting Information
- (menu bar) Help > Troubleshooting Information
- type or paste about:support in the address bar and press Return
Scroll down to the bottom, to the Internationalization & Localization section. What do your locales look like? For example when everything is U.S. English, you would see:
Internationalization & Localization Application Settings Requested Locales ["en-US"] Available Locales ["en-US"] App Locales ["en-US"] Regional Preferences ["en-US"] Default Locale "en-US" Operating System System Locales ["en-US"] Regional Preferences ["en-US"]