How to Remove a Location from Chrome
- Removing Location Exceptions
- Click the Customize and Control Google Chrome menu
- Click Show Advanced Settings
- Click Manage Exceptions
- Move your cursor over an exception
- Click Done .''
- Deleting Individual Cookies
- Click Customize and Control
- Click All Cookies and Site Data
- Move your mouse over the listed site
- Deleting Individual History Entries
- Move your mouse over the site
- Click Remove Selected Items
1 Removing Location Exceptions
2 Click the Customize and Control Google Chrome menu
Click the "Customize and Control Google Chrome" menu, indicated by three horizontal lines, and select "Settings."
3 Click Show Advanced Settings
Click "Show Advanced Settings," and then select "Content Settings" in the Privacy section.
4 Click Manage Exceptions
Click "Manage Exceptions" in the Location section.
5 Move your cursor over an exception
Move your cursor over an exception, and then click "X" to remove it. Alternatively, select "Block" from the drop-down menu to block the site.
6 Click Done .''
7 Deleting Individual Cookies
8 Click Customize and Control
Click "Customize and Control Google Chrome | Settings | Show Advanced Settings | Content Settings."
9 Click All Cookies and Site Data
Click "All Cookies and Site Data" from the Cookies section.
10 Move your mouse over the listed site
Move your mouse over the listed site, click "X" to remove its data, and then select "Done."
11 Deleting Individual History Entries
Press "Ctrl-H" to view the History tab.
13 Move your mouse over the site
Move your mouse over the site you want to remove, and then check the box that appears. If you have trouble finding the site, enter the domain name or full URL in the search field, and then press "Enter."
14 Click Remove Selected Items
Click "Remove Selected Items," and then select "Remove" to delete the entry.
- Information in this article applies to Google Chrome 29. It may vary slightly or significantly with other versions or products.