Are you trying to remove Chromium browser? And if you are too bored with the Chromium web browser, here is a tutorial on completely removing Chromium.
Chromium is a web browser like Google Chrome. It is built on an open-source platform and is named Chromium. Adware developers use it to develop similar web browsers (e.g. Opera). Chromium establishes itself as the standard browser for surfing the web and changes the interface design of Google Chrome on the Computer and the pre-pinned browser icon on the Taskbar.
In this article, Ticswipe.com will guide you to permanently delete Chromium from Windows 10, 8, 7.
Chromium Browser Limitations
Chromium browser has many limitations that if you don’t pay attention, most users will be completely unaware. It’s Chromium that can display search ads, pop-ups, and banner ads. Besides, it also changes the search results and makes users click on these ads by mistake. Chromium also typically includes a default search called Cassiopessa.com to advertise low-quality products and software. Below is a complete and detailed guide to help you remove Chromium browser on different Windows operating systems.
How To Delete Chromium Windows 7
Click the Start button to open Windows 7’s Start Menu and select Control Panel.
At the Control Panel window, change the View by: Category and then click Uninstall a Program.
Find the Chromium app and click Uninstall.
How To Remove Chromium From Windows 8
In Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 operating systems. Press the Windows + I key combination to open the Settings window, then click Control Panel, followed by a change to View by Category.
Select Uninstall a Program under Programs.
Search for Chromium -> Click Uninstall.
How To Permanently Delete Chromium Windows 10
Click the Start button => enter the “Apps & features” keyword search box and select the displayed results.
In the Settings window, select App & features, then search for the Chromium app, click on it, and choose Uninstall.
So you already know how to permanently delete chromium on Windows 10 and Windows 7 and 8.1, right? Hopefully, this article will help you and if you have any other questions or suggestions related to the article or about Windows, do not forget to leave your comments below.