Method 1: Browser Settings
Open the Chrome settings menu by clicking on the three dots in the top right corner of the browser window.
In the settings menu, scroll down and click on "Advanced" to access additional settings options.
Under the "Privacy and security" section, select "Content settings".
Method 2: Using Chrome Developer Tools
Enable Developer Tools in Chrome: Open Google Chrome and click on the three-dot menu icon in the top-right corner. From the dropdown menu, select "More Tools" and then "Developer Tools". Alternatively, you can use the keyboard shortcut
Ctrl + Shift + I(Windows/Linux) or
Command + Option + I(Mac) to open the Developer Tools pane.
Access Developer Tools pane: Once the Developer Tools pane is open, you will see a variety of tabs at the top of the pane. If the pane is docked to the right or bottom of the browser window, you may need to click on the ">>" icon to expand it and reveal more tabs.
Method 3: Using Chrome Extensions
Click on the "Add to Chrome" button to install the extension. A pop-up window will appear asking for confirmation. Click on "Add extension" to proceed with the installation.
Step 2: Configuring the extension settings
To access the extension settings, click on the extension icon in the Chrome toolbar. This will open a menu where you can adjust the available options according to your preferences.
Method 4: Using Command-Line Flags
Here are the steps to follow:
Step 1: Access Chrome's shortcut properties
- Right-click on the Google Chrome shortcut either on your desktop or in the Start menu.
- Select "Properties" from the context menu that appears.
- In the "Properties" window, navigate to the "Shortcut" tab.
- In the "Target" field, you will see the location of the Chrome executable file followed by a space. Add the following command-line flag after the space:
Step 3: Launch Chrome with the modified shortcut
- Click the "Apply" button to save the changes.
- Close the "Properties" window.
- Double-click on the modified Chrome shortcut to launch the browser.