How To Fix Problems With Google Chrome Extensions

Occupying more than 70% of its market share, Google Chrome is one of the most widely used PC and mobile browsers on the planet as it is quite fast, secure, updates quite frequently and best of all… it allows the use of extensions. These tools allow third-party developers to add improvements to our favorite browser. The only problem is that sometimes they can present certain incompatibilities. That is why today in MrAppsGeek we are going to learn how to solve problems with extensions in Google Chrome quickly and easily .

What To Do If Chrome Can’t Load An Installed Extension?

First of all, don’t worry, you are neither the first nor the last to receive errors when installing an extension in Chrome . Below we are going to give you a series of tips that you can follow to try to solve this problem, if one does not work for you… just go to the next one.

How To Fix Failed To Load Plugin Error In Chrome Step By Step 2023

The first thing we must do is restart Chrome , for this we must press the following quick keyboard shortcut :

  • Control + Alt + Delete

This will take us to a blue window with several options, among all of them we must select the “Task Manager”. Once it appears we will do the following:

  1. We enter the “Processes” tab .
  2. Right-click on “Google Chrome” .
  3. We click on “End Task” .

If after entering the browser again you still have problems with the Google Chrome extensions, go to the next method.

Uninstall And Install The Extension

It may be that there was a failure to install the extension in Chrome , which is why you can try uninstalling it completely and reinstalling it. To do this we must do the following:

  1. We right click on the extension.
  2. In the pop-up menu we click on “Uninstall from Chrome”.

Update Adobe Flash Player Plugin

Another method to repair problems with Chrome extensions is to verify that we have the latest version of the Adobe Flash Player plugin installed in the browser. To check it we must go to the address bar and write the following:

  • chrome://components

This will open a page in which we must verify if Chrome has the latest version of Adobe Flash Player.

 Delete PepperFlash Folder

Another possible solution is to delete the PepperFlash folder which also has Adobe Flash configuration files. To eliminate it we must do the following:

  1. We enter the route as shown in the photo (it ends with a list.
  2. Right-click on the PepperFlash folder .
  3. We click on “Delete” .

Finally we would only have to restart the browser and check if the problems with the Google Chrome extensions have been solved .

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