Alternatively, right-click the icon, then Move to Trash. If the application is still running when you attempt to uninstall it, a Force-Quit Applications window will open. Ensure Google Chrome is highlighted, then click Force Quit.
Chrome stores profile information, bookmarks, and browsing history on your Mac. This data may be helpful if you intend to install Chrome at some point in the future.
However, if you'd like a fresh installation of Chrome , or you want to remove all remnants of it, you'll need to delete this data too. The data generated by Google Chrome is stored in this folder. Depending on your usage, this folder may be quite large. Once removed, the data is permanently deleted, so ensure you have backed up any necessary files before continuing.
To do this, either right-click the selected folders then click Move to Trash or drag them into the Trash icon in your Dock. Share Pin Email. If Google Chrome is already closed, you won't see Quit in the menu. You may need to confirm this decision. Click Go. It's a menu item at the top of your Mac's screen.
A drop-down menu will appear. Click Applications.
You'll find this option in the drop-down menu. Doing so opens a list of your Mac's installed applications. Locate Google Chrome. Google Chrome is the red, green, yellow, and blue app here, though you may have to scroll down to find it. Place Google Chrome in the Trash.
Click and drag the Chrome app icon onto the Trash icon in the bottom-right corner of the screen, then release it there. This will remove Chrome from your Mac.
If you receive an error telling you that Chrome is running, skip ahead to the next step before you try uninstalling Chrome again. If you're receiving errors that say Chrome is running even though you've closed it, do the following before attempting to uninstall Google Chrome: Select Google Chrome in the pop-up window. Click Force Quit in the bottom-right corner of the pop-up window. Click Force Quit when prompted. Method 3. Locate the. Tap and hold Google Chrome.
After a second, its app icon will begin wiggling. Tap X. It's in the top-left corner of the Google Chrome app. Tap Delete when prompted. It's a red button on the right side of the pop-up window.
Doing so will remove Chrome from your iPhone. This process will also work on an iPad or iPod touch. Method 4.
Linux Open a terminal window. Windows 8, 7, or Vista On your computer, close all Chrome windows and tabs. It may be in the base Applications folder, or it may have been moved to another folder. Edit Related wikiHows. Warnings Since Chrome is the default browser on most Android smartphones and tablets, it usually cannot be permanently removed. The necessary files will download and Google Chrome's installer will begin. Delete your profile data.
Open your Android's Settings. Swipe down from the top of your Android's screen, then tap the gear-shaped "Settings". Tap Apps. It's in the Settings menu. Doing so opens a list of your Android's installed apps.
Find and select. This option is below the "Google Chrome" heading at the top of the screen. Doing so will uninstall Chrome from your Android. What should I do if I have performed all of the steps to uninstall Chrome, but it is still not uninstalling? If you're using Windows, try stopping Chrome's background service and uninstall. Start task manager and locate Details.
Now search for chrome. You'll find several of them. Press one of them and click "End task". Note you may be prompted to delete the task, just click "End process" Quickly open up control panel and uninstall Chrome. And hopefully that should be able to remove Chrome.
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