I got a small pop up this morning saying that Google Chrome had disabled some extensions to speed up my 'Chrome Experience'.
Now I add extensions to improve my 'Experience' and surely its not up to them to disable these things without asking me first, particularly as the main one they had disabled was McAfee Site Advisor, which I find very useful, and had to re-enable.
What Google are seemingly trying to do is disable extensions that users have not proactively enabled / installed as some software (upon installation) insert extensions in to Chrome. Unforuntaely their means of detecting such extensions is flawed.
I got a message telling me that it had disabled avast! WebRep when it was already disabled (by me) anyhow.
The real solution would be for Chrome not to allow extensions to be installed without specifically asking for user permission at the time of installing.
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