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edited by on November 18th 2015, at 12:44

From an IT management point-of-view, Google Chrome does not play nice: users that have limited rights on the computer system they work on (a standalone computer or on a Terminal server) can simply install Google Chrome without an admin's consent, totally bypassing any kind of approval. Luckily, this can be countered by setting up software restrictions through a group policy.

I found this article explaining how:

edited by on July 7th 2015, at 16:42

Clear Cache for Google Chrome is a browser extension for Google Chrome which adds a clear cache button on the address bar. This configurable button allows to quickly and without prompting clear browser data, such as cache, cookies, history, and more.

Add to Google Chrome

edited by on January 27th 2015, at 14:28

Google Chrome v39 introduces a new Avatar menu, which is now permanently displayed at the top-right corner of each window.

The only way to get rid of it is through the "experimental" flags. Type the following in the address bar to reveal the flag:


Set it to Disabled to turn it off, then restart Chrome entirely to apply the changes.

Note that this also works under Mac and linux.

by on January 1st 1970, at 01:00
With the release of Chrome (and Edge) version 92, a new feature called CECPQ2 was introduced, hardening the TLS 1.3 keychain against brute-force attacks from quantum computers. Unfortunately, this breaks many SSL scanning (IDS) implementations on security appliances (such as firewalls). A workaround is to either temporarily disable scanning or disable CECPQ2 in the browser through a group policy (or registry key).

To turn off CECPQ2 for Chromium, create the following registry keys:





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