Deleting Your Google Chrome Profile

by Venkat eswarlu on January 20, 2009

in Google Chrome

 Deleting Your Google Chrome Profile

After uninstalling Google Chrome from your computer Google Chrome leaves your profile information in your computer which will  be useful for you when you wish to reinstall Google Chrome in future. If you want your profile to be deleted after uninstalling Google Chrome you’ve to delete your Chrome’s profile manually, here is how.

Google Chrome does not delete your profile because the information profile contains such as bookmarks, passwords and user preferences will be useful when you reinstall Google Chrome in future.

To delete Google chrome Profile

Go to “%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome” in Windows XP/Vista/7 (use the Run command) and delete “User Data” folder.

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labeeuw February 24, 2013 at 11:10 pm

Since I updated to chrome 25, I can no longer access any website

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Venkat eswarlu February 25, 2013 at 11:31 am

That’s strange, try to reinstall Chrome.

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