Why is Firefox showing Chinese characters?

Why is Firefox showing Chinese characters?

If you see CJK (Chinese/Japanese) characters on the Firefox title bar or the Windows Taskbar then that can happen if Firefox switches to UTF-16 encoding for some reason. The RealPlayer Browser Record Plugin extension (Tools > Add-ons > Extensions) has been reported to cause that issue.

How do I change text encoding in Firefox?

Setting the character encoding in Firefox

  1. In the top right, choose the icon that look like 3 horizontal lines.
  2. At the very bottom of the pop-up sidebar select Customize .
  3. Drag and click Character Encoding into the side bar.
  4. Select Exit Customize .
  5. Repeat Step 1 to open the side bar.
  6. Select Character Encoding .

How do I turn on title bar in Firefox?

Turn on the Title bar or Bookmarks toolbar

  1. Click the menu button. , click More Tools… and choose Customize Toolbar…. and choose Customize… Customize Toolbar…. To turn on the Title bar: Put a check mark next to Title Bar in the lower left.
  2. Click the Done button.

How do I hide the title bar in Firefox?

Steps to hide system title bar for Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Open Firefox menu by clicking on the hamburger menu icon on the top right of the window.
  2. Click on the Customize menu.
  3. Uncheck the Title Bar checkbox on the bottom left of the window.
  4. System title bar should no longer be displayed.

What is Western encoding?

Western European (Windows) or ANSI (Windows-1252) text is a small extension of the standard ASCII text English character set that includes characters used in other Latin alphabet European languages. If you need to quickly determine which encoding a load file uses, download File Encoding Checker from CodePlex.

How do I change the color of my title bar in Firefox?

Go to 3-bar menu (or ‘Tools’) => Add-ons => Themes and choose the Light theme.

How do I change my browser language from Chinese to English?

Change the language of your Chrome browser

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. At the top right, click More. Settings.
  3. At the bottom, click Advanced.
  4. Under “Languages,” click Language.
  5. Next to the language you’d like to use, click More .
  6. Click Display Google Chrome in this language.
  7. Restart Chrome to apply the changes.

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