Reset Google Chrome Browser
Google Chrome has an in-built feature to reset the Google Chrome setting to its default. If you are a computer user and surfing the internet then, you must be using Google Chrome as a web-browser.
Chrome is a freeware browser and easily available to download, developed by Google and compatible with Microsoft Windows, MacOS, Linux, iOS and Android.
Sometimes, due to certain causes, we may have some issues with Google Chrome and it won’t respond or function properly.
In this situation, users preferred to reset Google Chrome to its default settings. But remember, doing a reset on Google Chrome can be subject to loss of your favorites, bookmarks or any manual settings made in your chrome.
Don’t forget to backup Google Chrome Bookmarks/favorites.
Is your Google Chrome running slow and freezing up?
Do you want to make the Google Chrome settings as default?
Do you want to reset Google Chrome?
If your Google Chrome isn’t functioning properly, or the performance is not good. After resetting your Chrome browser settings to its default, this will resolve your issue.
NOTE: Steps given in this post will work with Google Chrome version 72.0.3626 or above.
How to Reset Chrome Settings to its Default Settings?
Hereby, in this article, we will show you how to reset Google Chrome settings to default. Follow the steps below:
Step 1. First, open the Google Chrome browser.
Click the menu button (three horizontal lines at the top right of the browser) and it will expand to more options for you then, select Settings.
Step 3. Navigate to and click on Reset and clean up and you will see the reset options on the right side with two choices below, therefore choose your option carefully.
- Restore settings to their original defaults
- Clean up computer
Restore settings to their original defaults: if you click on this option, another window will be prompted with options Cancel and Reset settings.
If you choose to click on Reset settings, your this action will reset your startup page, new tab page, search engine, and pinned tabs. It will also disable all extensions and clear temporary data like cookies. Your bookmarks, history and saved passwords will not be cleared. Read More
Clean up computer: Instead going with above option, if you select clean up computer, this will find and remove unwanted ads, pop-ups & malware.
This means Chrome will find harmful software on your computer and remove it. Read More
Once you have gone through the above options, as a result, it will take a few seconds to reset your Chrome settings to default.
Hopefully, all of your chrome issues get resolved after performing the above action.Reset Google Chrome Settings to Default Click To Tweet