In this article you will learn How to reset Google Chrome settings? Developed by Google, Chrome is widely used web browser and like other browsers it is very much customizable. At times Google Chrome can be very sluggish due to heavy customization or installing a lot of extensions. The only way to put is back to default settings is to reset Google Chrome settings.
Also, if your Google Chrome is becoming unresponsive or experiencing random crashes or default search engine or homepage is changed without your permission and your browser have unwanted toolbars, then it may be necessary to completely reset Google Chrome settings to its default. The steps below to reset Google Chrome settings are identical for the Windows, Mac and Linux versions of Chrome. Before you reset Google Chrome, check what settings will be deleted. Read What Changes When You Reset Google Chrome?
Steps to Reset Google Chrome Settings
1) Open Chrome. In the top right, click the ‘Menu icon’ (The menu looks like three horizontal lines or thee dots stacked on one another) and then click on ‘Settings’.
2) In Settings menu scroll down to the bottom and click on ‘Show Advanced Settings’.
3) In that section scroll to the bottom and you will see ‘Reset Settings’, click on it.
4) Click on ‘Reset’ again to reset Google Chrome settings.
These steps won’t provide a full reset. For example, some settings like fonts or accessibility won’t be deleted. To completely delete all settings, create a new user profile.
So that’s how you can reset Google Chrome settings back to default and get rid of unwanted toolbars or pop-up advertisement. When you reset Chrome back to default, that also increases the speed and you will be able to browse internet without any trouble. Want to learn more about Google Chrome? TechBlogOut has dedicated articles about Internet Browsers full of helpful information to make your life easier on computers. Click to read all articles about Internet Browsers.