You can change Google Chrome 41's browser interface language -- that is, the text that populates the browser's dialog boxes and menus -- through the Languages section of the browser's Settings page. Chrome supports versions of the English language from several countries, such as the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and Canada. Use the Languages section's Add Language feature to find the version of English that you want to set as the browser's default language.
Open the Chrome drop-down menu by clicking the Chrome menu button (the icon looks like three stacked lines) and then select the Settings option to open the browser's Settings page.
Scroll to the bottom of the page and click the Show advanced settings text link to reveal the list of Chrome's advanced settings.
Click Language and input settings under Languages to open the Languages box.
Click Add to open the Add Language box. The highlighted language in the Languages panel is the current default language.
Click the Languages drop-down box and then select the English language that you want to use, such as English (United Kingdom). Click the OK button to add the language to the Languages panel.
Select the new English language that you want to use and then click the Display Google Chrome in this language button.
Click the Done button and then restart Chrome to set the new language.