How to disable extension menu on toolbar in Google Chrome

How to disable extension menu on toolbar in Google Chrome

 An extension icon, which looks like a jigsaw puzzle, appears in the toolbar if at least one extension is installed in Google Chrome. Google initially added the icon to the Chrome browser as an experiment, but has now made it a permanent addition to Chrome.

Today we will look at how to disable the extensions menu in the toolbar in the Google Chrome browser.

1. Close Google Chrome if you have it open.

2. Click on the shortcut of the Google Chrome browser with the right mouse button and go to "Properties".

3. In the "Object" field, after chrome.exe "  add a space and  --disable-features = ExtensionsToolbarMenu  and click on" OK. "As a result, in the" Object "field you will get something similar to" C: \ Program Files ( x86) \ Google \ Chrome \ Application \ chrome.exe "--disable-features = ExtensionsToolbarMenu.

Now, when opening Chrome from this shortcut, you will not see the extensions menu. If you have already registered something in the Google Chrome shortcut, for example, you have disabled media control, then you need to register the line like this: "C: \ Program Files (x86) \ Google \ Chrome \ Application \ chrome.exe" --disable-features = ExtensionsToolbarMenu, GlobalMediaControls.

That's all for today, if you know other ways - write in the comments!

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