The latest and greatest version of Google Chrome has made changes that the general public does not notice, such as modifying how to load pages and images in the browser.
However, one of the changes users will notice when searching for a phrase in the Google Chrome address bar called “Omnibox” is the image cache.
If you do not like the new feature of displaying images in the Google Chrome browser search bar, you can disable it.
These images will visually help your searches; however, they only appear in specific categories of searches, such as the search for the names of celebrities, and are, of course, also subject to certain copyrights (copyright) or privacy restrictions.
However, if more than these pictures come to your aid, there are two ways to turn them off in the Google Chrome desktop version.
While these images are only displayed in Google’s searches in the Omnibox, the easiest way is to completely replace your search engine. You can do this in your browser settings:
Click the 3-point icon on the right-hand side of the Google Chrome screen and select Settings and Settings.
On the Settings page, down the Search Engines section, select the drop-down box and choose an option other than Google.
If you do not find the option you want to use, the Manage Search Engines option allows you to add or remove search engines, such as DuckDuckGo.
However, if you want Google to remain your default search engine, you’ll need to make a change in one of the Google Chrome flags to make it easy to get rid of the images.
In this case, look for the “Omnibox rich entity suggestions” flag. To reach this path:
Copy and paste the following in your Google Chrome address bar and hit Enter; this will take you directly to the Google Chrome flags page, where the “Omnibox rich entity suggestions” option is labeled:
Click the drop-down box next to the flag and select Disabled.
To apply the changes, close Chrome Chrome and restart it.
Often, Google adds or removes new features and flags; therefore, search queries may appear in the Google Chrome address bar, like many of the ideas Google has previously tested, and go.
Google may also remove the flag mentioned above, in which case all Google Chrome users will have to see the Google Chrome address bar images (in other words, blame Google when it was no longer responsive). )
How to create an Internet Download Manager (IDM) plugin in Google Chrome (Google Chrome)
If Google Chrome (Google Chrome) is installing on your computer, when you install the “Internet Download Manager” (IDM) software, its Chrome plug-in is automatically install and it’s enough to enable it.
This can be doing by visiting the extensions page (about: extensions). Once you have set up the plugin you can download in Chrome using IDM.
Install the IDM plugin in Google Chrome
Here’s how to manually reinstall Chrome if you deleted it incorrectly. The steps are very simple and as follows:
1. Just go to the IDM installation location. This address will be by default at this address:
C: Program Files (x86) Internet Download Manager
2. Then drag the IDMGCExt.crx file and drop it inside the extension page inside Google Chrome.
Note that to get to the plugin page, you can type Chrome’s URL: // extensions in Chrome, press the Enter button.
You can also enter the Chrome menu first and click on Extensions in the More Tools option.
The IDM plugin is installed on Google Chrome.
Also, if the Firefox browser has problems with IDM and I have disabled the Firefox browser, you can first remove it completely. Then download the idmzzcc.xpi file by going here.
Then drag this file and drop it in the Firefox address bar to install the IDM plugin.