Apart from Safari, the most popular and widely used browser is Google Chrome for macOS people. But sometimes Google Chrome irritates users by crashing, not starting, and freezing. In such moments users only think to permanently remove that app from the Mac and some opt to reinstall the Google Chrome.
Unfortunately, if you are a victim of such cases, you might need to remove its related files to install Google Chrome freshly. Understand the procedure to remove Google Chrome entirely and eliminate errors without wasting time.
How to Delete Google Chrome from All Mac (All macOS Versions)
Step #1: Turn on the Mac.
Step #2: First, Close the Google Chrome Browser on your Mac, Right-click the Google Chrome icon at the screen’s dock. Select Quit. Or From the top menu, Google Chrome > Quit Google Chrome.
Step #3: Launch Finder > Applications.
Step #4: Now visit the folder in which the Google Chrome application is stored.
NOTE: It is possible that Google Chrome is located in the Application folder. Else go to “File” and select “Find”. From there, search, Google Chrome.
Step #6: Drag the “Google Chrome” application into the “Trash” on the Home Screen of the Mac.
That’s it! Isn’t it a very simple process to delete Google Chrome on Mac?
This is for Force Remove App with Data if you Failed
However, doing this will not remove the data and documents related to Google Chrome, like bookmarks, information, and history. So if you wish to clear out more data and free up some precious space in your Mac, then I would suggest you delete the data. It will take less than 2 minutes to delete.
- Step #1: Open “Finder”.
- Step #2: Click “Go” and select “Go to Folder”.
- Step #3: Enter the following command,
- Step #4: Click “Go”.
- Step #5: Select all the files and folders and move them to the “Trash”.
Share your Feedback and Suggestions on how to feel after uninstalling Google Chrome on Mac, I think this process is really helpful for me all the time. I don’t like scare files that are saved from the web to my Mac, which Slows down my Browsing speed on Google Chrome.