The language setting of the Navigator object helps the site recognize your preferred language. Based on this value, the site will adjust the language used to present content to you. Like any other Navigator object value, it can also be used for browser fingerprinting.
1. Language means the browser interface language displayed. For example, input zh-CN, and the browser interface will display Chinese, input en-US, it will display American English.
2. Accept-Language is an attribute in the HTTP request that tells the server what languages are supported on the browser. If multiple languages are supported on the website, you can use this information to determine what language page to return. For example, zh-CN,zh;q=0.9, which means that Chinese is supported, "zh" means Chinese, "CN" means mainland China, and "q" means the user's estimated specified language preference for this range. E.g., zh-CN,zh;q=0.9,en-US,en;q=0.8, which means I prefer Chinese, but English is also acceptable. Chinese is the first language and English is the second language.
3. The browser "Language" and "Accept-Language" should be consistent with the Language of the proxy IP area.
4. The user can customize the language, or check the "Set Language Based on IP" button to let the system automatically adapt the language according to the proxy IP.
5. In VMLogin client, the user can also set "Language" and "Accept-Language" in "Preferences". After setting, when creating a new browser, the value of Preferences will prevail.
VMLogin Browser Global Language Abbreviations.