A new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser has been released. As the first version, there are inevitably some problems. Many people download their browsers and find that, regardless of the settings on the device, The Chromium-based Microsoft Edge appears to be installed in the wrong language, regardless of the settings on the device. According to user reports, the browser is installed in Japanese, Italian, German, and French, even though the language on the Windows device is configured to Be English.
The way to change the language is:
Go to settings, etc… Settings.
Select the language from the set list.
To add a language to the Preferred Languages list, select Add Language.
After you add a language, select the three-point menu next to the language, and then select To display the Microsoft Edge in that language.
After you install the new language, you’ll need to click the three-point menu next to its name, and then select the first option in the context menu (which means you’ll be displaying Microsoft Edge in the language you choose). Finally, restart the browser to make the settings take effect.
By the way, this problem occurs primarily on Windows, and the cause has yet to be determined. There are no failures in Microsoft Edge Canary, Dev, and Beta on Windows.
Microsoft has not confirmed the error at this time, so at the time of writing, there is no ETA for this fix.