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You have probably had to put up with a few issues since you first started using Google Chrome. While it is the fastest browser out there, Chrome also drags in problems that you would rather not have to deal with, especially when you are trying to get serious work done. For instance, Chrome constantly crashing can prevent you from something as simple as checking your mail.
Google Chrome sometimes takes on extensions without your permission that you cannot uninstall later, and some of these persistent troublemakers are marked as “Installed by Enterprise Policy”. Yet these are often adware or other pop-up programs that somehow crept in and set up shop next to legitimate extensions. Most of the time, they are part of a bundle when you install recently downloaded software. The only reason they get past you is that you do not pay attention to the installation prompts. This makes the use of the Custom Installation option a logical move whenever you are setting up a new program in your PC. Not only does it stop unauthorized changes to your web browsers, it also prevents the installation of extensions that could potentially be adware. These are just as bad as, say, Chrome constantly crashing.
The following steps will let you remove any extension that is marked as Installed by enterprise policy.
Check if you installed any new software recently, and remove those by heading to Add/Remove Programs and selecting Uninstall. Sometimes this removes the extension as well. Following are the steps you should take based on your OS version.
Right click on the left end of the taskbar, and when the Quick Access Menu comes up, choose Control Panel. From the window that appears, select Uninstall a Program. You can sort the programs based on installation date and remove the ones that are most recent. Select these entries individually and hit Uninstall.
Hit Start and select Control Panel. From the window that appears, select Uninstall a Program. Seek out any recently added software by sorting based on installation date, and remove them individually.
Hit Start and then select Settings and Control Panel. Find Add or Remove Programs and click on it. Click on Programs and Features and from the list that comes up, identify and select the recently installed programs, then hit Remove.
After the unwanted software has been removed, bring your browser window back up and check the extensions. If the Installed by Enterprise Policy extension still has not gone away, continue with the following steps.
If the above steps do not suffice to completely remove the Installed by Enterprise Policy extension, or if you are struggling with Chrome constantly crashing, get in touch with our tech support experts on 844-202-8213. Our certified professionals know their way around most browser problems, and will help to resolve your issue in minimal time.