How To Remove Extensions From Chrome

Chrome extensions are great tools that can enhance your browsing experience. But sometimes, you may have too many extensions installed or find that some extensions are no longer useful. In this article, we’ll show you how to remove extensions from Chrome.

Step 1: Open Chrome’s Extensions Page

To remove an extension from Chrome, you’ll first need to access the Extensions page. You can do this by clicking the three dots icon in the top-right corner of Chrome and selecting “More tools”> “Extensions.” Alternatively, you can type “chrome://extensions/” in the address bar.

Step 2: Find the Extension You Want to Remove

On the Extensions page, you’ll see a list of all the extensions you’ve installed. Find the extension you want to remove and click the “Remove” button next to it.

Step 3: Confirm Removal

A pop-up window will appear asking you to confirm that you want to remove the extension. Click “Remove” to confirm.


Q: Can I remove multiple extensions at once?

A: Yes, you can remove multiple extensions at once. Simply hold down the “Ctrl” key (or “Command” key on Mac) and click on the extensions you want to remove. Then, click the “Remove” button.

Q: What if I accidentally remove an extension?

A: Don’t worry, you can always reinstall the extension from the Chrome Web Store.

Q: How do I disable an extension instead of removing it?

A: To disable an extension, simply click the toggle switch next to it on the Extensions page. This will turn the extension off without removing it.


Removing extensions from Chrome is a quick and easy process. By following the steps outlined in this article, you can free up space on your browser and ensure that only the most useful extensions are installed. Remember to regularly review your extensions and remove any that you no longer need.