How to change the language on Facebook and set Urdu as their primary language

Now Facebook has included Urdu languages with supported language option for the Asian users. So now Mostly Pakista and Indians Facebook users can set Urdu as their language on the portal. Facebook programmers included the all Urdu translation modules into the website. So that Facebook users who can not very well in English language get benefit from this option.

Change Default Facebook English Language into Urdu Language

1- Open Facebook on your browser: http://www.facebook.com.

2- Scroll down In the bottom left of the page click on the language you are using for example English (U.S) by default.

3- Then a window will appear to choose the language you want, click on Urdu to set Urdu as your primary language.

4- When you again login, will notice the Facebook language will be changed in to Urdu Language.

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5- Also you can easily change Facebook language page by going through the Account page and Click on the “Language” tab, then select your desired language from the drop-down menu.

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Above tutorial will help you to change the language on Facebook, and if you like this then post your good comments.

Muhammad Farooq

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2 Responses

  1. Ghulam sarwar salara says:

    Maray q 760 ke urdu languge operi mini ma ult ho ge ha .kasay dursat ho ge .please send method

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