Google Chrome: How to restore it

Once installed, Google Chrome gives you the ability to change its behavior. But besides you, some apps change these defaults as well of the browser.

I mean, some they change your Chrome browser settings without your knowledge and permission. If a program changes Chrome's settings, or if you've made some changes that you no longer remember and want to reset Chrome, you can do it quickly and easily.

There is a built-in restore option in Chrome that you can use to reset Google Chrome to its default settings.

What happens when you restore Chrome?
Note that resetting Chrome will not delete your browsing history, bookmarks, and saved passwords. However, it will reset the home tab, the page on each new tab, the default engine ς πίσω στο Google, τις ρυθμίσεις περιεχομένου, τα and website data, extensions and , as well as pinned tabs.

Restoring Chrome browser to Windows 10 is fairly easy. Let's see how you can do it.

Reset Chrome to its default settings in Windows 10
Step 1: Open your Chrome browser. In the address bar, type chrome: // settings / reset and press the Enter key to open the "Reset and clean up" section of the settings page.

If the "Reset and Remove Malware" page does not open, click the "More Options" icon, click "Settings" to open the Chrome settings page, click "Advanced" in the left pane, and , then click Restore and delete malware.

Step 2: Click "Restore settings to original defaults".

Step 3: Clicking on the option will display a relevant warning message. Uncheck Contribute to enhance Chrome if you do not want to share your current Chrome settings with Google.

Click the “Reset Settings” button to reset your Chrome browser. The reset task will not take more than a few seconds. You will not receive a message at indicating that the restore job has been completed. The pop-up reset window will simply disappear after the job is completed.

Restart Chrome (not required to complete the restore task). Chrome browser should logically fix any problems you have with it.

If you reset your Chrome browser does not fix the problem, you can uninstall Chrome from the you, to do of the latest version of Chrome and then reinstall it. This process will not erase your passwords and bookmarks. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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