You can change the language displayed in Google Earth. To do this in Windows:
- Click Tools Options. Click the "General" tab.
- Under "Language" settings, choose a language. "System Default" corresponds to the language used by the operating system of your computer.
To change your language on a Mac:
- Exit Google Earth.
- Click the Apple symbol in the upper left-hand side of your screen.
- Select System Preferences.
- Click on International.
- Drag the supported language (see below) of your choice to the top of the list.
- Re-launch Google Earth.
- Exit Google Earth
- Change the system language system-wide as described by your OS vendor or change it for only this session by:
- Locate the Terminal. In Ubuntu or Fedora it is in Applications > Accessories > Terminal. In RedHat it is in Hat > System Tools > Terminal.
- Type LANG = "language name" space "application name." For example, to change Google Earth to Brazilian Portuguese type "LANG=pt_BR googleearth."
- Re-launch Google Earth
Google Earth Version 6.0 supports the following languages: