However, there are times when the Greasemonkey script you install might not work as expected or cause problems on other websites. If you are facing a similar problem you can easily uninstall the Greasemonkey script and get rid of the problem.
Google Chrome allows users to install Greasemonkey scripts as extensions so to uninstall scripts on Google Chrome, you will have to follow the steps given in How to uninstall apps and extensions in Google Chrome. However, if you are Firefox user and want to uninstall a Greasemonkey script, you will have to follow the steps given below.
Step 1: Click on the arrow next to the Greasemonkey icon and click on "Manage User Scripts"
Step 2: Click on "Disable" button to disable the script temporarily or click on the "Remove" button to remove the script completely.
That’s it. Once you have disable or removed the script, just refresh the webpage and your problem will be solved.