4- Disable Chrome Software Reporter Tool using Chrome Policies
Google recently introduced support for group policies to control the Chrome browser. This is especially useful for system administrators who want the same setting to be implemented across the network.
- Go to Run –> regedit. This will open the Registry Editor.
- Go to the following key tree:
- Under Policies, go to Google\Chrome. If these folders don’t exist on your system, you will need to create them.
- When you are in Chrome folder, in the right-hand pane, right-click –> New and create the following DWORD (32-bit) value:
- Enter 0 for disabling the tool. Enter 1 to enable the tool.
- Create another DWORD (32-bit) value with the following name:
- Enter 0 for disabling the reporting functionality. Enter 1 to enable the reporting functionality.