How To Uninstall Chrome Apps or Extensions
By on December 9th, 2010

Google recently rolled out the through which users can download several new and . There are tons of cool apps out there out of which we reviewed few including TweetDeck, Distraction Free Writing and some Note Taking and Sticky Notes App.

If you went on a app installing spree, the new tab page feels a bit cluttered. However, you can uninstall Chrome Apps or Extensions easily without having to break your head.

Uninstall Chrome Apps

To uninstall an that you installed, open a new tab and scroll till you see the app you want to uninstall. Now, right click on that app, and click on "Uninstall" from the available options. Click on the "Uninstall" button in the popup window and the app will be removed. The good thing is that if you use Chrome Sync, the app will be removed across the board on all the computers you use.

Uninstall or Disable Chrome Extensions

To uninstall an extension in , Click on the Settings icon and then click on Extensions from the Tools sub-menu. This will take you to the extensions page, alternatively you can just type chrome://extensions in the browser address bar. On the extensions page, you will see all the installed extensions. You can either disable an extension or remove it entirely by clicking on the available links below the extension description.

Have fun and do try out new extensions and apps that Chrome Web Store.

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