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I would like to know how we can modify the settings of the Google Search Engine used in Internet Explorer 9.0 to force to use a specific language. Our problem is the following: as it uses geolocation by default, and we are in Switzerland, it takes the first of the official languages this is Swiss-German. However, we are located in Geneva where French is the official language. Furthermore, as most of our users speak English, we would like to force the language to be English and not Swiss-German.

Does anybody know how to achieve this ?

Thanks alot,

Sébastien

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The only way I know to change the language options of a Google is through the Google Profile itself. –  Ramhound Jun 22 '12 at 12:43
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Go to this page http://www.google.im/preferences?hl=en then you'll not have the problem.
Goggle -> advance search -> Search Settings -> languages

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