How to Change Language for Different Google Products

Till this time changing language in Google products is really difficult because different products has different ways of changing language and you actually can’t change language for all different products at one go, you will have to do it separately. So here is the process for different products

A. Google search engine
1. Go to
2. select language just below the Google name

1. Go to
2. Select the settings, check at the right bottom corner
3. Select search settings
4. Go to language
5. Select your language
6. Save it

B. Chrome
1. Open chrome
2. Click on the button which is at the extreme top extreme right corner
3. Go to settings
4. Go to show advanced settings
5. Select language and input settings under language
6. Click on add
7. Select language
8. Drag to change order
9. Click on done

C. Youtube
1. Go to
2. Go to extreme bottom
3. Click on English
4. Select language

D. Youtube
1. Open
2. Click on the settings icon on the top right corner
3. Click on Youtube settings
4. Select Email from the left hand list
5. Go to extreme bottom, change language

E. Gmail
1. Open your mail
2. Click on the settings icon
3. Go to settings
4. Change language from the very first list of the very first tab
5. You can change language for other google products as well but this one doesn’t work properly all the time

F. Android UI
1. Go to settings
2. Go to Language and Inputs
3. Touch language
4. Select your language

G. Android Input methods
1. Go to settings
2. Go to Language and Inputs
3. Go to Keyboard and Input methods
4. Check “………. Input method” and tap ok (……. = your language)
5. Choose it as your default input method
6. To change it, check on the globe icon to cycle through the chosen language

Hope that helps, let us know your inputs. Keep Googling, in YOUR LANGUAGE.

How to Clear/Flush DNS Cache in Google Chrome?


Many times it happens that when I buy new domain name and after changing nameservers & hosting it in my server, it takes lots of time to resolve DNS, I do manual windows Flush DNS but still nothing works, then I came to know that, Google Chrome has a built-in internal DNS caching system which stores and saves the domain name, which I believe is to  improve webpage loading performance.

Due to Chrome’s internal DNS cache system even after I flush the DNS cache on operating system level, the domain may still resolve to old IP address due to DNS cache on Chrome itself.

Here are three different ways of how to flush and clear DNS cache of Google Chrome:

Solution 1–  In Chrome browser, type chrome://net-internals/#dns and then press the Clear host cache button.


Solution 2 – Go to tools -> options -> Under the hood -> Clear Browsing data and check ’empty the cache’ and click on clear browsing data. it is not the DNS cache but still it works.

Solution 3 – Install “DNS Flusher for Chrome” extension : DNS Flusher for Chrome helps you clearing DNS cache by one click. By using it, you don’t need to open the page(chrome://net-internals/#dns) and click the button “clear host cache” Extension link>>