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Chrome: One of our favourite Chrome extensions, Sprucemarks, is switching to a subscription model—its creator, Kai Nightmode, announced the news this weekend. There’s a silver lining, however: It’ll only cost $10 to score lifetime access to future iterations of Sprucemarks, which is an incredibly powerful tool for automatically sorting your browser’s messy bookmarks. Best of all, you can use a free version of Sprucemarks forever if you act now. Why is Sprucemarks so great? You can support Sprucemarks by signing up for its Patreon, with a minimum donation of $1/month. Once you hit $10 in total donations, you unlock access to all future versions of Sprucemarks.
- You can remove extensions directly from the browser's toolbar or by opening the "More tools" menu.
- Extensions are small apps that customise your browser or give it additional features. You can also temporarily disable extensions if you don't want to remove them.
Extensions are apps made for a specific web browser - like- that add extra features or customise the browsing experience in some way.
extensions can help you take a screenshot of a long web page, block ads on certain sites, remember passwords, and much more.
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But if you find that you aren't using an extension anymore, you can remove it from Chrome on youror computer at any time.
Here's how to do it.
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How to removeextensions from the toolbar
Many extensions install an icon in the Chrome toolbar for quick access. If you see an icon for the extension you want to remove, you can almost always uninstall it by right-clicking on that icon.
1. Right-click the extension's icon in the toolbar.
2. Click "Remove from Chrome…"
3. Confirm you want to do this by clicking "Remove" in the pop-up window.
Uninstall These Snooping AVG And Avast Browser Extensions
We always recommend keeping your extension list light, because you never know when something might try to siphon data from your browser—especially more data than it should be able to access. That’s exactly the issue Mozilla is raising with four seemingly “good” extensions—Avast Online Security, AVG Online Security, Avast SafePrice, and AVG SafePrice—and you should uninstall them from your browser until they’ve been fixed, at minimum. As ZDNet reports, Mozilla removed these four extensions from its online gallery following reports from AdBlock Plus’ creator, Wladimir Palant, that the extensions were collecting more data than they should.
How to remove Google Chrome extensions using the menu
If you don't see the extension in the toolbar or if you want to remove several extensions at once, you can open "More tools" in the menu.
1. Click the three vertical dots in the top right of your Chrome browser and a drop-down menu should appear.
2. Choose "More tools" and then click "Extensions."
3. You should see all the installed extensions on the Extensions page. To remove an extension, click "Remove" and then confirm you want to do this by clicking "Remove" in the pop-up window.
How to allow pop-ups on a Mac computer using Google Chrome, and choose specific sites to block or allow
You can allow pop-ups on your Mac computer in Google Chrome by going to your settings in a Chrome browser. By default, Google Chrome will block pop-ups, but you can change this at any time and specify certain sites that you want to block or allow. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.Generally speaking, the internet is a better place without pop-ups.Pop-up windows can often appear on your screen unexpectedly - posing risks for viruses or just providing annoyance - and rarely contribute something meaningful to your browsing experience.If you have Google Chrome on your Mac computer, pop-ups will be blocked in the default settings.
You don't necessarily need to remove an extension. If you want to temporarily disable it, you can turn an extension off by clicking the button in the extension box to slide it to the left.
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Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker is officially out and spoilers are running wild. If you want to remain unspoiled, but don't want to have to avoid the internet entirely, there are some apps and browser extensions that can help. Not to mention some hot tips for social media. Unfortunately, there are less options if you're on iOS and using Safari - none of the browser extensions listed support it. Similarly, the one decent app for blocking spoilers is only available on Android.However, the browser extensions do work with the iOS versions of Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, so there are definitely options there for Mac and iPhone users.