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Windows 7: How to permanently turn off "Install Google Chrome" prompt?

11 Mar 2014   #11

Windows 7 64 bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by FredeGail View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TheOneBobbyGunn View Post
You could just install it, and never use it. It is a great browser, and can be used as a back up if needed. That way the nags will stop for sure.
Another opportunity. :)

Chrome is already installed on my machine. But, I still get the annoying banner prompt and gmail login prompt.
One would think Microsoft would put a stop to this Google practice in IE or Windows. If there is a way to stop this, please advise. Although, I see Frederick posted a Google link to a fix below that I will try.

Thank you.

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11 Mar 2014   #12

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit

The link posted does not work anymore or the alternative link to go to without the download Chrome stuff,
I just ignore the flags to download,
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26 Oct 2015   #13

W7 home premium SP1 64 bit

Hope this will help see attachment

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16 Apr 2016   #14

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1

My home page is set to

If I block pop ups from:

Then I don't see "Get Google Chrome" appear.
How to permanently turn off "Install Google Chrome" prompt?-pop-up-filters.jpg

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10 May 2018   #15

Windows 10 64x
Try This maybe

W10 64x IE11. I have APB adblock installed. I don't know but clicking the wee icon on the status bar click settings and there is a box that had been ticked viz; Allow some non-intrusive advertising. Unticking it seem to get rid of this "want chrome" box. I do use google as my home page and on tabs. Now it's gone. -- I guess something else will take it's place.
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 How to permanently turn off "Install Google Chrome" prompt?

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