How to remove unwanted “Add-ons” and Toolbars from Google Chrome

Is your Google Chrome experience being spoilt by too many toolbars?

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Does your Google Chrome look something like the above?

Here is how you remove those unwanted toolbars and improve your Chrome experience.

Click the Chrome menu button on the browser toolbar, select Tools and then click on Extensions.

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In the Extensions tab, remove the offending Toolbar extensions by clicking on the Recycle Bin at the end of the row.

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  1. Anonymous - March 26, 2014 Reply

    I can not uninstall snap.do on google chrome it dosen’t show up anywere someone should like kill these guys I installed java thanks dumb java you screwed me up and not resolt won’t show anywher eon my computer those dumb hackers

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