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Uninstall Google Chrome from Computer (Windows, Mac, Linux) or from iPhone and iPad

You can uninstall Chrome from your computer (Windows, Mac, or Linux) or uninstall the Chrome app from your iPhone or iPad.

Windows 10
1. Close all Chrome windows and tabs on your PC.
2. On the Start menu, click the Start menu, and then click Settings.
3. Click Applications.
4. Find and click Google Chrome under Apps & Features.
5. Click Remove.
6. Click Remove to confirm.
7. Select “Clear browsing history” to delete profile information such as bookmarks and browsing history.
8. Click Remove.

Windows 8, 7 or Vista

1. Close all Chrome windows and tabs on your PC.
2. Open the Control Panel.
Windows 7 and Vista: From the Start menu, click the Start menu, and then click Control Panel.
Windows 8: Point to the upper-right corner of the screen. Click Settings > Control Panel.
3. Click Uninstall a program or Programs and Features.
4. Double-click Google Chrome.
5. Select “Clear browsing history” to delete profile information such as bookmarks and browsing history.
6. Click Remove.

Windows XP

1. Close all Chrome windows and tabs on your PC.
2. From the Start menu, click the Start menu, and then click Control Panel.
3. Click Add/Remove Programs.
4. Click Google Chrome.
5. Click Delete.
6. Select “Clear browsing history” to delete profile information such as bookmarks and browsing history.
7. Click Remove.

Mac

1. Right-click Chrome in the Dock at the bottom of your computer screen.
2. Choose Finish.
3. Open Finder.
4. Go to the folder on your computer that contains the Google Chrome app.
Tip: It may be in the Applications folder. If not, go to File > Search and search for “Google Chrome”.
5. Drag Google Chrome to Trash.
6. Optional: Delete profile information such as bookmarks and history.
Click Go > Go to Folder at the top of the screen.
Enter ~/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome.
Click Send.
Select all folders and drag them to the Trash.

Linux

1. Open a terminal window.
Press Ctrl + Alt + t in GNOME, Unity and Cinnamon environments.
In KDE, go to Applications menu > System > Console.
2. Enter the uninstall command.
Debian-based systems: Type sudo dpkg -r google-chrome-stabil.
Other systems: Type sudo rpm -egoogle-chrome-stabil.
3. Enter your computer password when prompted.

If you delete your profile information when uninstalling Chrome, no data will be saved to your computer. When you sign in to Chrome and sync your data, some information may remain on Google’s servers. To delete, delete your browsing history.