How Do I Remove a Web Server From Chrome?


Larry Thompson

Are you looking to remove a web server from Chrome? Whether it’s because you no longer need it or you want to clean up your browser, this tutorial will guide you through the steps to remove a web server from Chrome.

Step 1: Open the Chrome Browser

To begin, open the Chrome browser on your computer. You can do this by clicking on the Chrome icon in your taskbar or by searching for “Chrome” in your computer’s search bar.

Step 2: Access the Settings Menu

Once you have opened Chrome, click on the three vertical dots located in the top-right corner of the browser window. This will open a drop-down menu. From the drop-down menu, select “Settings”.

Step 3: Scroll Down and Click on “Advanced”

In the settings menu, scroll down until you see the option for “Advanced”. Click on it to expand additional settings options.

Step 4: Locate and Click on “Privacy and Security”

Within the expanded settings options, locate and click on “Privacy and Security”. This section contains various privacy and security-related settings for your browser.

Step 5: Click on “Site Settings”

After clicking on “Privacy and Security”, scroll down until you find the section labeled “Permissions”. Within this section, click on “Site Settings”.

Step 6: Find and Open “Additional Content Settings”

In Site Settings, scroll down until you see an option called “Additional Content Settings”. Clicking on it will open a new page with more specific content settings.

Step 7: Access “Protected Content”

In the “Additional Content Settings” page, locate and click on “Protected Content”. This section contains settings related to websites that use protected content.

Step 8: Remove the Web Server

Within the “Protected Content” section, you will find a list of web servers that have been granted access. To remove a web server, simply click on the three vertical dots located next to the server’s name and select “Remove”. Confirm your action if prompted.

Note: Removing a web server may result in some websites not functioning properly if they rely on that specific server for certain content or functionality.

Step 9: Restart Chrome

Once you have removed the desired web server, it is recommended to restart Chrome for the changes to take effect. You can do this by closing all open Chrome windows and then reopening the browser.

Congratulations! You have successfully removed a web server from Chrome. By following these steps, you can keep your browser settings clean and organized according to your preferences.

Troubleshooting Tips:

  • If you are unable to locate the “Additional Content Settings” section, make sure you have scrolled down enough within the Site Settings page.
  • If you accidentally remove a web server and need it back, you can always revisit these settings and grant access again by clicking on “Add” within the “Protected Content” section.

I hope this tutorial has been helpful in guiding you through removing a web server from Chrome. If you have any further questions or need additional assistance, feel free to reach out!

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