Once you drag Snappy Chrome browser, and you do not know why. Ready to Google, and move to another browser for the feeling that the new browser does not smell again? Not so fast! A browser reset is much less effort, and solve all sorts of problems without removing your bookmarks and other data.
What is a Browser Reset
Freshly out of the box, Chrome is actually a ridiculous snappy browser. Over time, you may observe that your experience changes with Chrome, and lightning fast change is a kind of fast that ultimately slow down the slow experience. Sometimes the SLOW experience even includes browser crashes and ghost problems as a search bar.
It’s not necessarily Chrome’s fault. If you use Chrome for a while, you’ve probably picked up many extensions, cookies, site data and other pieces. Although cookies and cache data are generally faster, Chrome extensions can weigh a little and problems with your cookies and cache data can cause site errors, browser errors, and other problems. You can even with a hostage-taked browser perhaps been somewhere in the line as a malicious site with the institutions rummaging.
Fortunately, there is a very easy way to get back to a clean sweep Chrome completely remove and reinstall a browser reset. When resetting Chrome, does the following:
- Your in-browser search engine is reset to the default, www.Google.com.
- Your homepage and default set up tabs are reset.
- You new tab-page settings are reset.
- Pinned tabs are erased.
- Content settings (like which sites you have given access to your webcam or allowed popups from) are erased.
- All cookies and site data are erased.
- All extensions and themes, save for the default ones, are disabled (but not deleted).
Everything else, such as your bookmarks, browsing history and saved passwords are stored on your Chrome user. What does it mean in the use of the real world? Let’s use a site like Instapaper is a simple example: after a Chrome reset is your Instapaper connection cookie path, you must reconnect to the site, the browser extension is disabled (you need to go to Settings menu to return to setting ), And if you have an Instapaper bookmarklet in your toolbar, it is still because the bookmarks are not affected. News you’ve visited to squeeze your Instapaper account, you’ll also find it in your browsing history.
However, this kind of minor discomforts are more than worth it, because you will find that Chrome shines as soon as inflation is gone.
How to Chrome Reset
If this sounds like a detox session you want to connect, set Chrome again is easy. Simply click on the menu button in the upper right corner and select “Settings”
Click the bottom of the Settings page for “View advanced settings.
Scroll through the predefined settings now extended until you reach the bottom. There, click on “Reset Settings”.
Finally, you are prompted to confirm the reset.
After the Chrome reset soon through all the dead weight is rinsed. What happened is that you now! Resist the urge to go to the Extensions menu and immediately apply your extensions to 1001. Instead, put them only when you need them and if you rarely use extensions such as bulk image downloaders or plug-in -instead you use the Steam game when the quarter increase to compare prices, turn them off when they are not in use.
While a reset is suitable to drop the mess and deal with a dependency on the extension, there are times when restoring your browser can not alleviate your speed problems or erratic behavior. When resetting Chrome again and again problems, we recommend that you download the official Google Chrome cleanup tool here and run, to remove adware and garbage that could not delete a normal reset.