- Introducing CCleaner
- Using CCleaner
- CCleaner Rules
- Choosing which cookies to keep
- Changing CCleaner settings
- Changing the language CCleaner uses
- Changing advanced settings
- Cleaning Flash cookies
- Changing monitoring settings (CCleaner Professional)
- Scheduling (CCleaner Professional)
- Changing monitoring settings (CCleaner Free)
- Smart Cleaning for your operating system (CCleaner Free)
- Smart Cleaning for web browsers (CCleaner Professional)
- CCleaner How Tos
- Advanced Usage
Changing the language CCleaner uses
CCleaner can be run in 47 languages: Albanian, Arabic, Armenian, Azeri (Latin), Belarusian, Bosnian, Brazilian Portuguese (Portugues do Brasil), Bulgarian, Catalan (Catala), Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Croatian (Hrvatski), Czech (Ceský), Danish, Dutch (Nederlands), English, Estonian (Eesti keel), Farsi, Finnish (Suomi), French (Français), Galician, Georgian, German (Deutsch), Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian (Magyar), Italian (Italiano), Japanese, Kazakh, Korean, Kurdish, Lithuanian (Lietuviu), Macedonian, Norwegian, Polish (Polski), Portuguese (Portugues), Romanian (Romana), Russian, Serbian (Cyrillic), Serbian (Latin), Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish (Espanol), Swedish (Svenska), Turkish (Türkçe), Ukrainian, Vietnamese.
To change the language CCleaner is running in, start CCleaner and click on the Options button at left.
In the Settings window, select the language from the Language drop-down box.
The Language setting drop-down box in CCleaner