Google Chrome states that it is "managed by your company" when system policies control some Chrome browser settings. This can happen if you're using a Chromebook, PC, or Mac that your business controls-but other applications on your computer can also set policies.
What is management in Chrome
? Administrators control the Chrome browser settings. For example, if you're using a Chromebook or just the Chrome browser on a workstation, your employer can set hundreds of policies that control how Chrome works.
For example, an organization may use policies to set a home page that you can not set, control whether certain web addresses can be printed or even blacklisted. On a Chromebook, policies can be controlled from the screen lock delay to the USB devices through web apps. Organizations can also enforce Chrome browser extensions through policies.
Chrome is not the only application that can be managed this way. For example, administrators can manage Windows themselves by using Group Policy and even iPhones using MDM (Mobile Device Management) software.
I have no organization!
In some cases, this message even appears when Chrome is not managed by an organization. This is due to a change in Chrome 73. If a software program on your system has company policies that affect how Chrome works, this message will be displayed even if it is not fully managed by an organization.
This message may appear to be caused by legitimate software. Since April 3, 201
How to check if Chrome is managed
You can check if Chrome manages multiple locations. If you just open the Chrome menu, the message "Chrome is managed by your organization" will appear at the bottom of the menu – under the "Exit" option – if it's managed.
This This message also appears on the Chrome page, which can be accessed via Menu> Help> About Google Chrome. If so, the message "Your browser is managed by your organization" appears.
For more information, see
chrome: // management – just type in an address in the Chrome address bar.
If this page states that Chrome is not managed by an administrator on this page, although Chrome indicates that it's managed elsewhere in the Chrome UI, it means that you have software that does not support Chrome Manage one or more Chrome settings through policies.
View managed settings
To see what policies are being applied to your Chrome browser, visit
chrome: // policy . Just type in or copy and paste this address in the Chrome address field.
This will show you both the policies set by the software on your system and the policies set by your organization. You can click the name of each policy to see technical information about it on Google's website. If you see the message "Do not set policies" here, this means Chrome will not be managed by policies on your system.
In the image below, you can see that the ExtensionInstallSources policy is set but does not contain a visible policy value. that should mean that it does not do anything, so it's strange that it's even here. We probably should not worry about it, but the news is pretty annoying.
Hopefully, Google will make this news more informative and provide an easy way to remove software-applied policies in Chrome.  "Product experts" in the Chrome support community often seem to recommend downloading a "Chrome Policy Remover". However, we can not recommend downloading and running foreign files from any Google Drive accounts. Some Chrome users reported that the problem was still not resolved.