Browser extensions enhance the browser experience for the browser. Browser extensions are useful tools to expand the Chrome browser with new features, integrate with additional service, and modify web pages and new tabs. Many browser extensions are useful. In this “how to” do it yourself instruction I’ll show you how to remove an extension from Chrome. Some browser extensions slow down the browser, show intrusive advertisements or replace the Chrome browser homepage and search engine with an unknown web page. In some cases, you just want to get rid of the browser extension!
How to Remove an extension Chrome? (Google Chrome)
- Open Google Chrome
- Click in the top right corner the three dots to open the Google Chrome menu
- In the menu, navigate to More tools > Extensions.
Find the browser extension(s) you would like to remove from Chrome and click the “Remove” button. If you want to make sure you are removing the browser extension you intended to remove, click the Details button. The details button will reveal the browser extension permissions.
Check the permissions before removing the extension. Once you identified the browser extension you can proceed. If a browser extension is removed from Chrome the extension is gone, you will need to download and add it to Chrome once again.
Now go back to the chrome://extensions page and click the Remove button. Confirm the removal by clicking the Remove button once again.
Sometimes the reset of Chrome is the fastest way to disable any browser extension or remove unwanted changes in Chrome.
Reset Google Chrome to get rid of the browser extension(s)
select the menu button and from the menu select “Settings”.
Scroll down to “Advanced” and again Scroll down to Reset settings.
Click the “Reset” button to Reset Google Chrome, a new dialog appears.
Confirm the Reset of the chrome settings by clicking the “Reset” button.
Restart Google Chrome for the changes to take effect.
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