How to Disable/Enable Plugins of Google Chrome

How to Guide - United States (on March 17, 2014 03:31 AM)

Many of you sometime want something more than browsing in your browser, for this, many of you by downloading and installing enable many of plugins that support enhanced browsing, add functionality to Facebook or Twitter, or add games to your browser i.e. third-party files extending the abilities of your browser far beyond mere Web surfing.



Whatever your browser is be it Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome, you can see these plugin are called in different names like "Add-Ons" and "Extensions." respectively.


Normally these plugins, whatever you name them i.e. extensions, add-ons, are very useful for you as you downloaded and installed them for any purpose, however, many a time you feel you browser getting dizzy and slow, so often you like to disable these plugins from your browser temporary.


We have tried to help you in this regard considering Google Chrome that is mostly used by you; some of the ways are given below. So learn how to disable/Enable Extension and Plugins of your Google Chrome browser.

 

Plugins of Google Chrome

 

Instructions Regarding How to disable/Enable Plugins in Google Chrome

 

Locate the wrench icon at the top right of the browser’s window, or press “ctrl + H” to reach the relevant window.

Choose "Tools" and select "Extensions" to open a new "Options" tab of the browser.

Now Check or Unchecked to “Disable” or "Enabled" an extension.

Click "Remove" to delete it completely if you want.

Enter "chrome://plugins/" in Chrome's address bar to view plugins that add compatibility and functionality, such as Apple QuickTime or Adobe Flash, and click the "Disable" link under the plugin you want to disable or enable.

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How to Blocked plug-ins - Chrome Help - Google Help https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/1247383?hl=en

You can simply Google blocks plug-ins in Chrome browser that are outdated or those that are not widely used because they can occasionally be a security risk.

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Ways to Enable Click To Play Plugins in Google Chrome http://www.howtogeek.com/126284/how-to-enable-click-to-play-plugins-in-google-chrome/

if you are familar with web pages and want to remove or block plug-ins only to have all sorts of multimedia on the page just start playing? Chrome has a hidden setting


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