Category Archives: Google Chrome

Enable Uninstall Chrome PWA from Settings and Control Panel

Enable Uninstall Chrome PWA from Settings and Control Panel

How to Enable Uninstall Chrome PWA from Settings and Control Panel

The ability to remove an installed PWA app using traditional methods that we covered earlier has finally become available in Google Chrome. When enabled, it allows uninstalling Progressive Web Apps with tools like Control Panel and the Settings app. It also adds the appropriate Uninstall option to the Start menu shortcut context menu for installed PWAs.

Chrome 88 will prevent Ad blockers from working, but Vivaldi and Brave will resist

Chrome 88 will prevent Ad blockers from working, but Vivaldi and Brave will resist

Chrome 88 will come with Manifest V3 support for the Declarative Net Request API and other changes proposed as part of it. It clarifies API and feature changes in the Chromium project that also bring a number of restrictions for extensions. The most affected extensions are ad blockers, that will stop working properly. One of them, uBlock Origin, is already known for being incompatible with Manifest V3.

Permanently Disable Incognito Mode in Google Chrome

Permanently Disable Incognito Mode in Google Chrome

How to Permanently Disable Incognito Mode in Google Chrome

Almost every Google Chrome user is familiar with Incognito mode, that allows opening a special window that doesn't save your browsing history and personal data. This way, Google Chrome Incognito mode protects your overall privacy by not keeping local data that could be read later. However, there are some reasons to disable it permanently.

Disable Extension Toolbar Menu Button in Google Chrome 87

Disable Extension Toolbar Menu Button in Google Chrome 87

Disable Extension Toolbar Menu Button in Google Chrome - a working method for Google Chrome 87

Some time ago, Google has added a new toolbar button to Chrome, which is hiding extension icons from the toolbar to a menu. This is now enabled by default. Instead of adding them to the right of the address bar, the extensions are now listed in that menu. Today we will review a working method that allows disabling the Extension Toolbar Button in Google Chrome 87.