Google Chrome in general offers plenty of setup preferences that allow you to make it suit you perfectly and accommodate all your wishes. The list of its features is almost unlimited and one of the options that may prove to be important for many users is the location feature. With this feature, you can change your location in the way that suits you or make it ask you about your current location whenever you open Google Chrome.
In other words, it may be suitable and interesting for many people; therefore, let’s get down to business and explain the steps.
How to Change Location on Google Chrome
If you want to learn how to change the Location on Google Chrome, stay tuned and read the following lines carefully:
- To begin with, you have to open Google Chrome, by double-clicking its Desktop icon,
starting it from the Taskbar, or by finding it among the Windows 10 apps and left-clicking it, when you find it.
- Once you open it, you have to go to Customize and control Google Chrome (three dots in the top right corner) and left-click them.
- After they open, go to More tools, Developer tools,
and enter the Sensors tab.
- If there aren’t any Sensors tabs, you have to go to Customize and control DevTools (three dots in the right corner of the developer’s window) and enter it.
- Once you do, select More tools
and then left-click Sensors.
- After that, select the location from the list of available ones, or go to Manage
and after that Add location.
- Type the “Location name”, “Latitude”, “Longitude”, “Timezone ID”
and go to Add.
- Test the Google Chrome search and if the new settings are ok, and that is it. Your Google Chrome location is now successfully changed.