How to Disable JavaScript in Chrome


JavaScript is a scripting language that Web developers use to provide additional interactivity for the visitors of their websites. Out of privacy or performance concerns, some users may want to disable JavaScript so that their Web browser does not display any element containing JavaScript code. Most modern Web browsers, such as the Google Chrome browser, allow their users to do so. You can disable JavaScript in Google Chrome in just a few steps.

  • Click on your Windows Start Menu, and click on Google Chrome's shortcut to launch the program.

  • Click on the "wrench" icon at the top right of the screen and select "Options."

  • Click on the "Under the hood" link in the left pane and click on the "Content settings" button.

  • Select the "Do not allow any site to run JavaScript" option under the "JavaScript" category and close the "Options" tab. Chrome will now stop executing JavaScript code.

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