Google Chrome Apps have modified loads by the years, however one factor hasn’t—the “Apps” button within the bookmarks bar. If you happen to don’t use Chrome Apps, this little button will be annoying. Fortunately, it’s straightforward to take away.
The “Apps” button is a default a part of the Chrome Bookmarks Bar. Clicking it takes you to the
chrome://apps/ web page, which is a launcher for internet apps put in from the Chrome Web Store. Clearly, in case you by no means go to this web page, there’s not a lot want for a everlasting button in your browser.
It ought to be famous that Chrome “Apps” aren’t the identical as Chrome “Extensions,” that are accessible by the Extension menu within the top-right nook of the browser. We’ll solely be eradicating the “Apps” button.
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Subsequent, right-click wherever on the Bookmarks Bar or the “Apps” button itself. It will open a menu, from which it is best to unselect “Present Apps Shortcut.”
The “Apps” button will now be gone out of your Bookmarks Bar.
Granted, the Apps button isn’t an enormous downside, however in case you aren’t utilizing it and you’ve got a whole lot of bookmarks on the bar, any further area is welcomed.