How to uninstall Google Chrome

Did you try Google Chrome but you realized that is not your ideal browser? Do you want to remove it but you don’t know how to do it? Do you love Chrome but it gives you some problems on your Mac or PC and then you want to reinstall it, but you don’t know what is the most appropriate procedure to be put in place? Don’t worry, in this article you can find the solution for your problem! Just follow the instruction that you find in the guide and you’ll learn how to uninstall Google Chrome both on Windows and on Mac OS X.


If you want to learn how to uninstall Google Chrome and you’re using a PC equipped with Windows , the first step you need to do is going to Start> Control Panel and click Uninstall a program item.

At this point, you need to select Google Chrome from the list of applications installed on your computer and click on the Uninstall button at the top of the screen. In the window that opens , put a check mark next to Also delete your browsing data ? and click the Uninstall button to remove Chrome in the browser history from your PC.

At the end of the procedure (it should take a few seconds) , it will open a Web page in which you will be asked to complete a questionnaire in which you illustrate the reasons that brought you to remove Chrome from your computer. It is not mandatory to participate in the survey to uninstall the program, then you are free to choose whether to answer the questions or close the Web page without taking further action.


If you’re using a Mac, you can uninstall Google Chrome easily from your computer by going  to the Applications folder in OS X (you can find it in the Finder sidebar or the Go menu in the menu bar) and dragging the browser icon to the Trash. Once there, type the password for your user account, right-click on the Trash icon in the taskbar OS X Dock and select the Empty Trash item to complete the operation.

For a more thorough uninstall of Chrome (and any other application on your Mac), you can contact AppCleaner. It is a free program that carefully examines all files related to the selected applications and removes them from your computer. In this way, you can delete those residues that may remain on your computer when you uninstall an application by dragging its icon to the Trash.