As of my last knowledge update in January 2022, the instructions for installing and managing extensions on Google Chrome were as follows. Please note that these steps may change over time, so it’s a good idea to refer to the latest information or check the official Chrome support page for the most up-to-date instructions.
Open Google Chrome: Open the Google Chrome browser on your desktop.
Search for an Extension: Use the search bar to find the extension you want to install. You can also browse through different categories.
Choose an Extension: Click on the extension you want to install to view more details.
Install the Extension: On the extension’s detail page, click the “Add to Chrome” button.
Confirm Installation: A confirmation dialog will appear. Click “Add Extension” to confirm and install the extension.
Click on the three dots in the top-right corner of Chrome to open the menu.
Hover over “More tools” in the menu.
Select “Extensions” from the expanded menu.
In the Extensions page, you will see a list of all installed extensions.
You can enable or disable an extension by toggling the switch next to it.
Configure Extension Settings:
Some extensions may have additional settings. Click on the “Details” button for an extension to access its settings.
Remove an Extension:
To remove an extension, click the “Remove” button next to it.
Extensions are usually updated automatically by Chrome. However, you can manually check for updates by going to the Extensions page (as described in the “Access Extensions” step) and clicking the “Update” button if available.
Please note that the steps provided here are based on the Chrome interface as of my last update, and there might be changes in the user interface or functionality after that time. If you encounter any issues or if there have been updates to Chrome, refer to the latest documentation or support resources provided by Google.