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Google brings software removal tool for Windows version of Chrome
Google has released a tool to remove add-ons, extensions and other programs detects that cause problems for the Windows version of the Chrome browser. The tool needs security when using Chrome Screw.
In the description of the software removal tool , Google still widely over-scanning programs that “is causing problems, but after scanning dialog has explicitly about ‘suspicious programs” that may or may not be detected. The tool can remove add-ons and extensions that exhibit malicious behavior. Google is increasingly forced to screw, as the Chrome emphatically forward security slide as a kind of operating system with apps, as it has done as a standalone OS explicitly in Chrome OS. Not all browser malware is also undone after a clean installation of the browser.
The tool requires no installation, and after the scan shows only a simple dialog box with the result. This is a preliminary test version for only the Windows version of Chrome. Google recommends that you create a restore point for the system to make up for running the tool. The application must be in accordance with Google is not seen as a virus and encourages only certain type of browser malware. Google does not publish a list of malicious programs which the tool scans.
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