To disable Chrome extensions and plug-ins
Enhancements are non-native applications that offer Google Chrome additional features. Chromes uses plug-ins to handle web contents such as Flash and Java. Even though they are free to download and simple to deploy, you need to turn plug-ins on or off from on occasion, either to improve your safety or to fix a bug with Chromes.
You have two options to go to the right pane to remove or disable your changing them. You can do one of these using the Chatrom-enu, the other by typing a certainURL into the Chrome-navigationbar. Copying and pasting and pasting your own chromes://extensions into the top right hand side navigational panel of your computer or using the Top right hand side menus buttons (the three verticals ) to select the More Utilities > Enhancements options.
Either clear the Activated check box next to the expansion you want to administer to deactivate the Chromed expansion, or click the Recycle Bin tab to delete it. Deactivated, still existing expansions are displayed in monochrome and can be reactivated in the near term. If you choose to delete a chrome expansion, you will see a dialog to confirm that you want to uninstall and delete the expansion.
When you delete a Chrome add-on that you did not yourself instal and think was instaled by a bad application, select the Report abuse before you confirm the delete option to tell Chrome that the add-on might not be trusted. Reinactivating enhancements in chrome is so simple that you return to the Enhancements page and select the Activate next to Activate option mark.
You can manage your own custom Adobe Flash applications using the Adobe Flash browser and your own custom Adobe Flash plug-ins. You can use the following URL: chrome://settings/content or open the chilrome menue and choose Einstellungen > Show Advanced Settings > Contents Einstellungen. Browse to and click the plugin you want to use. To turn the plug-in on or off, click the slide bar.
Or you can see Block and Allow section where you can enter certain Web sites where you can turn off (or enable) the plug-in. For example, you can deactivate Flash by dragging the slide bar next to Ask First (recommended) to the Off location and dragging it to the right. Some plugins have the Allow button next to the sliders in the word group.
In order to prevent Web sites from using plug-ins, click the arrows next to the list of plug-in accesses without a sandbox on the Content Settings page, and then click the slide bar next to Questions if a Web site wants to use a plug-in to gain control over your computer.