tl;dr: Nearly 100% of my Windows and Chrome is in English and yet Chrome keeps displaying me Polish (my native, but not used by me in IT) version of pages. How can I prevent that?
I have Windows 10 1903, quite clean (installed a week a go), with full official updates and Chrome 78 with auto-updates enabled, so my stack should be fairly up-to-date.
Nearly entire of my system is in English:
- Windows 10 was installed in English,
- I have picked an English version of Chrome,
- all apps installed on my PC are in English as well.
The only places where I have Polish enabled or used are:
- input language / regional settings in Windows 10,
- spell checking in Chrome.
Yet, each time I open a website that offers different language versions, Polish language is selected by default and I must always manually change it to English, which is pretty irritating.
I can see no option to control that in Chrome.
I can clearly remember that I've been using the same stack, with newest Chrome, but with Windows 7, with exactly the same configuration (i.e. whole Windows and Chrome in English, Polish used only for regional settings and spell checking) and it was working like a charm -- I had English pages and language as default when using Chrome.
When I expand Languages section in Chrome's settings then to my extreme surprise two languages:
- English (United Kingdom),
changes into three:
- English (United Kingdom).
The order (if that matters) is as in the screenshot below:
This problem does not exists in other browsers, i.e. Edge always display English version of website in above described stack.
What am I missing?