Question about Computers & Internet
1.Go to the Start menu > Control Panel.
2.Double-click Folder Options.
4.Make sure the "Hide extensions for known file types" check box is deselected.
2.Right-click this link.
3.Click Save Link as and save the file name as remove.reg. (Select "All files" as your file type.)
4.Exit Google Chrome completely.
5.Double-click remove.reg on your desktop.
6.In the confirmation window, click Yes.
8.Go to the Start menu > Run.
9.Enter one of the following commands in the text field, depending on your operating system:
?Windows XP:%USERPROFILE%Local SettingsApplication DataGoogle
?Windows Vista: %LOCALAPPDATA%Google
10.Delete the Chrome folder in the directory that opens.
Google Chrome should now be uninstalled.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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