How to Uninstall Chrome on Mac? Manually & Automatic (One-Click Trick)

How to Uninstall Chrome on Mac? Manually & Automatic (One-Click Trick)

In this post, we will guide you about how to Uninstall Chrome on Mac and Macbook (macOS Catalina, 10.15, macOS Mojave 10.14, macOS High Sierra 10.13, macOS Sierra, 10.12, and older). You don’t need to any technical skill to delete Chrome from your Mac, it is incredible eaiser!!

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Google Chrome is a most popular cross-platform browser that means Chrome can support on many platforms like as Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, Linux, and more.

But if you have taken decision to move to other browser due to any reasons (keeping crashing, won’t start, and by freezing) and back to Safari, then you can easily uninstall or delete Google Chrome on your Mac computer.

Let’s start!!

How to Uninstall Chrome on Mac Manually

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Before completely remove Google Chrome from your Mac and Macbook, you should be deleted all information from its server side; such as browsing data and profile information.

Clearing Browsing Data:

  • Firstly you have to open Chrome browser on your Mac and then click on <> three stacked dots icon.
  • Select More tools > Clear Browsing Data
  • Next you have to need choose time range from drop-down menu. We prefer to select “All Time”.

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  • Further check all boxes next to data you wish to delete.
  • Now finally press the <Clear data> button.

This process will take few times and clear all data from your Google Chrome browser.

Remove Google Chrome’s Profile Information:

Google Chrome keeps some profile information and bookmarks on your Mac computer. This information is most useful of you want to reinstall chrome in future. However, if you’d like a fresh installation of Chrome, or you wish to delete all remnants of it, you’ll require removing this data too.

  • Launch Finder, and have to go at the top of menu, navigate Go > Go to Folder. Alternative, keyboard shortcut is <Shift + Command + G>

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  • This will open new window and paste ~/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome, and then click on <Go> button.

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  • Now you have to select all folders inside Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome and then move them to <Trash>. How to perform: right click on chosen folders, and then hit on <Move to Trash> otherwise you can drag them into <Trash> icon.

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  • Empty trash: perform right click on <Trash> icon in your dock, and then choose <Empty Trash> option.

Now this will completely remove Google Chrome from your Mac and Macbook.

Read Also: How to Download and Install Google Chrome on Mac? Easier Hack!!

How to Delete Chrome from Your Mac

Before going to delete Google Chrome browser from my Mac, make ensure that currently Chrome is not running on your Mac computer.

  • If Google Chrome is presented in your Dock, perform right click, and then select <Quit> option.

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Alternative Shortcut Method: Press <Command + Esc+ Option> at once, then this will appear “Force Quit Applications” window. Now go to <Google Chrome> choose it, and click on <Force Quit> button

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  • Next open <Finder> and choose <Applications folder> that showing at the left-hand side of the Finder’s window.
  • Further select Google Chrome icon, perform right click drag it to Trash/Bin.

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  • Finally go to Bin and Empty it to delete all files.

How to Remove Chrome from your Mac Automatically

Read Also: How to Fix: “Google Chrome Won’t Open on Mac”? 7 Ways Troubleshoot!!

If you are getting more hindrance above manually methods to remove Google Chrome, then we suggest you some best third party apps, they help you to remove Chrome from your Mac and Macbook automatically. Such as:

  1. App Cleaner & Uninstaller
  2. Macube Cleaner
  3. Omni Remover
  4. CleanMyMac X

App Cleaner & Uninstaller:

  • Firstly quite Google chrome browser from Mac
  • And then download App Cleaner & Uninstaller from its official website and install it.
  • Locate and choose the Google Chrome

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  • Press the <Uninstall> button to remove Google Chrome.
  • Now this will open pop-up dialogue box, validate you that really you wish to remove Chrome.

Macube Cleaner

  • Firstly download it from its official website and install.
  • Once installed, launch Macube Cleaner on your Mac, hit on <Uninstaller> to scan

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  • All downloaded applications which are presented on your Mac computer will be appeared, choose <Google Chrome>
  • Choose app, supporting files, preferences and other files, and hit on <Clean> button.

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Omni Remover:

  • Free Download Omni Remover from its official website and install on Mac (Compatible with all recent macOS like macOS Big Sur, Mojave, High Sierra, and more)
  • Once installed it, launch on your Mac system
  • At the left side bar, select Uninstall > Select Google Chrome app

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  • Hit on <Scan> tab to browse downloaded extensions, third-party add-on files, Chrome cache junk, browsing histories, and other Chrome related information.
  • Next click on <Clean> button to continue
  • And after sometimes, Omni Remover will remove Chrome browser on your Mac.

CleanMyMac X:

  • Download CleanMyMac X from its official website {Free version}
  • Once installed it, open this app on your Mac
  • Have to go <Uninstaller> tab
  • Tick check box next to Google Chrome
  • And final, click on <Uninstall> button

Last Words

If you have taken decision to remove Google Chrome from your Mac, then you must be remember that in addition to deleting the application’s executable file, you must also be deleted its services files. So in this post, we explored you both manual and automatic methods to uninstall Google Chrome browser and its service files as well.

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