Google Chrome is one of the most popular browsers out there and millions of people use it as their primary browser because they love the features it offers. While the inbuilt Google Chrome features are really good, the browser extensions make it better by adding more functions to the browser. However, if you install a lot of extensions on your browser it can affect the performance by making your Google Chrome browser slow.
You may also notice higher RAM Usage when some extensions are running and this may result in your PC getting slow and crashing the browser every time you try to run it. Hence to avoid that problem removing the unwanted extensions from your browser becomes important. While removing extensions from Google Chrome is easy, not many people know how it’s done. Hence in this guide, we are going to show you How to remove extensions in the new Google Chrome browser. Without waiting further, let’s get started.
How to remove extensions in the new Google Chrome browser
Step 1: Open Google Chrome on your Windows 10 system and type the following address in the address bar:
You can also click the Puzzle icon from the top and select the “Manage extensions” option to bring up the extension settings.
Step 2: Once the Extensions page is on your screen search for the extension which you want to remove. You can click on the “Details” button if you want to know how it works before you remove it.
Step 3: After you’ve read the Details scroll down and search for the “Remove Extension” button. Click on it to continue with the process.
Step 4: Click on the “Remove” button again from the pop-up and the extension will get removed from Chrome. You can follow the same process to delete multiple unwanted extensions and improve your overall speed.
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