Use these steps to remove Chrome extensions in the Google Chrome browser.
- Open Google Chrome.
- Click the icon with three dots at the top-right of the window.
If you hover over the icon it says “Customize and control Google Chrome.”
- Choose “More tools,” then “Extensions.”
- Select the “Remove” option under the extension to remove.
- Click the “Remove” button to confirm.
The steps in this article were performed in the desktop version of the Google Chrome Web browser, on a laptop running the Windows 10 operating system.
The Google Chrome Web browser is one of the most popular choices for browsing the Internet on computers and mobile devices. It’s fast and easy to use.
While you can do a lot with the basic version of Google Chrome, you may eventually find that there is specific functionality that you want. Whether it’s adding something to an existing website, or allowing you to perform certain actions on any website, this is something that extensions can help with.
But sometimes you may discover that an extensions isn’t doing what you wanted it to, or that it’s causing issues in other aspects of your Web browsing.
Fortunately Chrome extensions aren’t permanent fixtures, and you can remove them just as easily as you first added them.
The steps above show you how to get rid of an existing Chrome extension by accessing a menu in the Chrome browser itself.
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