One of Google Chrome's best features is the ability to extend its capabilities by adding many enhancements to improve functionality, usability, privacy and productivity. To install and manage your Google Chrome extensions:
Install Chrome Extensions
Download official Chrome extensions from the Chrome Web Store from sources you know or trust. You should make sure that the installation is safe before you install it by doing a little bit of due diligence and checking the developer's website (if any) and even going through the source code if you have a tendency.
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Search for extensions in the Chrome Web Store, and either use the search bar or search by category to find the right one Extension for you to find. If you're not sure where to start, Google will cure the store well and recommend extensions on the homepage.
After finding an extension, if you want to add, click the icon to be redirected to the appropriate page.
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Once you click Add to Chrome on the extension page to add the extension to your browser.
button A window appears, prompting you to enter the permissions required for the extension. Read the permissions carefully and decide if you want to give this extension access, and then click on "Add extension".
button When you finish installing the extension, your Chrome browser will typically have an icon added in the upper-right corner next to the settings icon.
If you install more extensions, this area may become cluttered. Fortunately, you can right-click on the extension icon and select "Hide in Chrome Menu" to move it to and from the Chrome toolbar.
Managing Chrome extensions  To open your extension page, click the menu icon (three dots) in the top right corner of Chrome, point to More Tools, and then click on "Extensions". You can also enter
chrome: // extensions /. in Chrome's Omnibox and press Enter.
. Scroll through your extensions to find the one you want to manage, and click the Details button to drag it to make settings.
. Otherwise, if you know which extension you want to change and are already docked in your browser, you can right-click the Chrome extension icon and then click Manage Extensions to work around this
In the settings window, you can turn the extension on or off and allow incognito mode (most apps are disabled there by default), access the options of an extension, open the extension's website, and allow access to the site too.
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By accessing a site, permissions for certain sites have access to the site data. This is a recently released update that allows users to more differentiate the type of data an extension can read and change. You can choose from three options: Click on the extension, on a specific website or on all websites.
That's all that goes with it. If you want to uninstall extensions that you no longer need, misbehave, or were accidentally installed, go to
chrome: // extensions / click Remove, and then click Remove. again in the pop-up confirmation window. Similarly, you can right-click the extension in the Chrome menu and select "Remove from Chrome".