Are you missing the Chrome menu? Here's how to find it
If you are new to Chrome, you're probably missing the Chrome menu. Here is how to find it!
On some browsers like Internet Explorer 9, there are several helpful menu items such as Tools, View, File, Edit, etc. Each of them has submenus that allow you to do certain things. If you use Google Chrome, you might not know where to find the Chrome menu. However, by following a few simple steps, it is easy to find all the tools you need.
In this article, you’ll learn how to:
Open the Google Chrome menu bar.
Find the tools menu in Google Chrome.
See the Chrome extensions you have installed
Install a new Chrome extension to add to your toolbar.
Ensure that you’re not using Google Chrome in the full-screen mode since it makes the toolbar disappear. The button to exit full-screen mode depends on your device. For Windows, it will either be Fn+F11 or just F11. For Mac, use the keyboard shortcut Shift+Command+F to exit full screen mode.
On the top right corner of your Chrome browser window, you’ll notice three vertical dots. Click on that to open the drop-down menu. This is what many call the Chrome menu bar.
Where do I find the tools menu in Google Chrome?
Now that you’ve opened the Chrome menu, the next step is to locate the tools sub-menu.
Towards the middle of the Chrome menu you just opened, you’ll see the option More Tools. Select that to open up a sub-menu.
From this Chrome tools menu, you can click on Extensions to go to the Chrome extensions that are currently installed in your browser.
You can go directly to your extensions by entering chrome://extensions/ in the address field of your browser.
Find my Chrome extensions and display tools on the toolbar
There are many browser extensions that add toolbars and individual tools to Chrome. So, from the Extensions page, you can enable the missing tools.
Entering chrome://extensions/ in the Chrome address field to go to the Extensions page.
On this page, find the tool you want to display on the toolbar. If you’re unable to find the right tool, then you might have to reinstall that Chrome extension, or find another extension with that tool.
Enable the tools you want to display on the toolbar: Toggle the switch at the bottom right of each extension to blue to enable that extension.
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