Internet Explorer, Firefox and Google chrome each allow for the use of plug-ins and add-ons which are scripts that augment the functionality of the browser. In this we are going to see how to disable or remove such plug-in or add-ons from these three main browsers.
- In the menu bar select Tools > Add- ons.
- Then click on plug- ins icon on your left side.
- Find the plug-in from the list of installed plug-ins that you want to remove
- Select it and click on the Disable button (or click on always activate and select Never Activate) on the right side.
NOTE: In Google Chrome, Add-ons are called Extensions.
- At the top of the browser, click on the “menu” icon and navigate to Tools > Extensions
- In the Extensions tab, find the list of installed extensions that you want to remove.
- Click the Disable link or uninstall link under the name of the extension.
- In the menu bar, select Tools > Manage add or click on the “gear” icon and select Mange add-ons.
- In the manage Add-ons window, we can find the add on from list of currently loaded add-ons on the right.
- Select it and click on the Disable bottom.