One of the best things about Google Chrome is the ability to expand their capabilities by adding a variety of add-ons to enhance functionality, usability, integrity and productivity. Here's how to install and manage your Google Chrome extensions.
How to install Chrome Extensions
Download official Chrome extensions from the Chrome Web Store from sources you know or trust. You should make sure it is safe before installing it by doing a small due diligence and checking the developer's website ̵1; if they have one-rating and even skim through the source code if you are so inclined.
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Proceed to the Chrome Web Store for extensions and use either the search bar or browse by category to find the right extension for you. If you're not sure where to start, Google does a pretty good job of curating the store and recommending extensions to the front.
Once you find an extension,
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Once you have added, click the icon to be redirected to its page. Click on Add to Chrome button "width =" 395 "height =" 182 "src =" / pagespeed_static / 1.JiBnMqyl6S.gif "onload =" pagespeed.lazyLoadImages.loadIfVisibleAndMaybeBeacon (this); "onerror =" this.onerror = null; pagespeed.lazyLoadImages.loadIfVisibleAndMaybeBeacon (this); "/>
A window will pop up and prompt you with the permissions needed by the extension, click" Add to Chrome "to add the extension to your browser. Read the permissions carefully and determine if you want to provide this extension and then click "Add Extensions."
After the extension ends, an icon is usually added to your Chrome browser in top right beside the setting icon.
When installing additional extensions, this area may become messy. Fortunately, you can right-click on the extension icon one and select "Hide in the Chrome menu" to move it to the menu and out of the Chrome toolbar.
Manage Chrome Extensions
] Click on the menu icon (three points) at the top right of Chrome, tap "More Tools," and then click "Extensions". You can also type
chrome: // extensions / in the Chrome Omnibox and press Enter.
Browse through your extensions to find the one you want to manage and click the "Details" button to pull up their settings.
Otherwise, if you know what extension you want to change – and it's already docked in your browser – right-click the extension icon on the Chrome shelf and click then click "Manage extensions" to bypass t goes to the main page landing page.
In the Settings window, you can turn on or off the extension, allow it in incognito mode (most apps are disabled there
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Website access allows an add-on to access certain sites to access the site's data, this is a latest update that allows people to take a more granular approach to the type of data that one add-ons can read and modify. You can choose from three options: when you click on the add-on, on a specific site or on all websites.
That's all there is. you want to uninstall any add-ons that you no longer need, start abusing or accidentally installed, proceed to
chrome: // extensions / click "Delete" and then click "Delete" again in the pop-up confirmation window. Similarly, right-click the extension in the Chrome menu and select "Remove from Chrome."