Manage extensions in Chrome
Tuesday, August 13, 2013/
If you’re using Chrome, then you’re probably using an extension or two. But sometimes you can end up adding extensions over time and then not end up using anymore.
It’s good to know how to delete these. Head to the Settings page in Chrome, and then on the left hand side of the screen, hit the “extensions” option. There, you’ll be able to delete or enable any of the extensions that you have installed.
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