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I've just downloaded Firefox 4. I can't find an option to change the language (I would like to change it from Hebrew to English).

EDIT: I'm talking about the language of the browser user interface. The UI is in Hebrew. I want the UI to be in English.

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You need to download the English version. The version you have will be the Hebrew one.

http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/all.html

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Download the English version. I don't think it's possible to change the language of an already installed browser.

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You can install a plugin with the right language. All languages for Windows are found here. Browse around for other platforms.

Also you can find installers there for every language separately.

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In Firefox press the Alt button to bring up the menu bar. Then Tools -> options, click on the content tab (the thrid one along). Then languages click on choose.

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Thanks, but I wasn't talking about the language of the web pages, I was talking about the language of the browser user interface. It's in Hebrew and I would like it to be in English. – snakile Mar 23 '11 at 11:48

Go to the site http://kb.mozillazine.org/Change_Default_Mozilla_Language, download the proper language pack and install it as add-on. Success. jrm

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