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The Google Chrome browser is considered a fast browser. But sometimes users have found it slow. To solve this problem, Chrome has introduced the Reset Chrome button. While you can always try to solve problems with Google Chrome Freezing or Crashing, Google now offers you an easy way to reset the Chrome settings on your Windows 10/8/7.
Reset chrome settings
This option is not enabled by default in Chrome 29. (: It is enabled by default in Chrome 30) To enable it, type Chrome://flags in the address bar and press Enter. Find the indicator Enable profile settings reset and click the Enable link (16).
Now enter chrome://settings and press Enter. Scroll to the end and click Advanced Settings. Towards the end, you will see the button Reset Browser Settings . Click the button to reset the chrome settings to the default settings.
If you use this option, your profile will be reset after installation.
Basically, the following is done:
- The search engine is reset by default
- The home page is reset by default
- The new tab is reset by default
- The pinned tabs are not pinned
- The extensions, add-ons and themes are disabled. The new tab opens when Chrome starts.
- The content settings are reset. Cookies, cache and website data are deleted.
Although Google introduced this feature a little late, it’s a good thing they did. Now, after Internet Explorer, the other two popular browsers – Chrome and Firefox – offer the ability to reset browser settings to default settings.
Windows 10 Users – see how to reset the Microsoft Edge Browser browser to its default settings.
TIP : If you cannot open or start Chrome, type chrome.exe -disable-extensions in the Run field and press Enter. This opens Chrome in Safe Mode , with plugins, extensions, etc. disabled.