How to Install, Uninstall and Reinstall Google Chrome Browser.
If you are facing issues related to Google Chrome, the simplest way to solve your problems is reinstalling. First reinstalling Chrome requires you to uninstall after that download a latest installation file from the Chrome browser. But you can’t able to reinstall Chrome on Android if it came installed on the device.
Open the Control Panel. Before reinstalling Chrome, From Control Panel you can uninstall the original copy.
In Windows 10 and 8.1 – Right-click the Windows button and select “Control Panel.”
In Windows 8 – Press ⊞ Win+X and select “Control Panel.”
In Windows 7 and Vista – Open the Start menu and select “Control Panel.”
For open a list of your installed programs. First you select “Uninstall a program” or “Programs and Features.” The wording will vary depending on your current view mode.
When you Find “Google Chrome” in the list of installed programs. By default, the list should be organized in alphabetical order.
Next Select “Google Chrome”then click to “Uninstall.” You’ll find the Uninstall button above the list of programs after selecting one.
Check the “Also delete your browsing data” box. This will ensure that all of your data is deleted completely before installing a fresh copy of Chrome.
You can see hidden files in Windows Explorer. To completely delete Chrome data, you’ll need to enable viewing of hidden files:
Then open the Control Panel and select Folder Options.
Click the View tab from where you can check “Show hidden files, folders, and drives.”
Uncheck “Hide protected operating system files.”
Delete the remaining Chrome files.