To open up your extensions page, click the menu icon (three dots) at the top right of Chrome, point to “More Tools,” then click on “Extensions.” You can also type chrome://extensions/ into Chrome’s Omnibox and press Enter.Mar 11, 2019
Click the three dots at the top right of your Chrome browser -> More Tools -> Extensions. Uncheck everything except for Copper. Restart Chrome. Try signing into Copper again.
What is “Open In” extension and how does it work? “Open In” aims to provide a simple solution to open links in another browser as simple as clicking a toolbar button. These set of extensions allow you to basically transfer any link in Chrome, Opera, and Firefox browsers to another browser of choice.
Outdated software can also be what’s causing your extensions to malfunction. A couple of affected users have managed to resolve the issue by making sure that both Chrome and Windows 10 is updated with the latest available updates. Both Chrome and your operating system should be configured to update automatically.
It’s the icon that looks like a small puzzle piece next to the profile avatar. The dropdown shows all the extensions installed and enabled in Chrome. Next to each one, you will see a pin icon. If it’s blue it means the extension is showing if white it means it’s hidden.
Click the “Pushpin” icon to pin or unpin a Chrome extension in the toolbar. Once an extension is pinned, you can then click and drag the icons to rearrange the order. Just because an extension is unpinned, it doesn’t mean it’s not active. You can click the “Extensions” button and select an extension to activate it.
If you click a link and nothing happens, or a download doesn’t work, your web browser may be blocking RealNetworks’ communication with the Internet. To fix it, you’ll need to reset your web browser. This involves clearing out old temporary internet files and resetting privacy and security settings.
Go to the app or extension that you want to automatically install. Under Installation policy, choose Force install or Force install + pin. Click Save.
Head to Windows’ Settings > Apps > Default Apps and scroll down to Web Browser. From there, choose Microsoft Edge. Make sure you’re choosing the icon with the blue and green wave—not the old “E” logo, which corresponds to the previous, non-Chromium iteration of Edge.
Select the Start button, and then type Default apps. In the search results, select Default apps. Under Web browser, select the browser currently listed, and then select Microsoft Edge or another browser.
Access the IE Tab details in the Chrome web store by opening this link in Chrome: Link to IE Tab or going to http://chrome.google.com/webstore/ and searching for “IE Tab”. 3. You will then need to verify that you really would like to add the extension. You do, so click “Add extension”.
File Explorer is the default file management utility for Windows. It’s the first app you open to manage files and folders or any devices connected to your PC. However, you might not be using it to its full potential. File Explorer extensions can add extra features and help you do so much more.
Fire up Chrome and jump to the webpage you want to view the HTML source code. Right-click the page and click on “View Page Source,” or press Ctrl + U, to see the page’s source in a new tab. A new tab opens along with all the HTML for the webpage, completely expanded and unformatted.