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How To Reset Google Chrome Experiments

Google Chrome devotes an entire section called Experiments to testing of experimental browser features. Here, users will be able try out the new features before they are officially released.

The activation of experimental features can cause the browser to behave abnormally (data loss, crashes, slowdowns...). If you are unable to determine which experiment is causing the problem, it's recommended that you restore all the experiments to their default state.

Restore All Chrome Experiments to Default Settings

Open Google Chrome, then type
in the address bar and press Enter to view the Experiments page. Click on the Reset all to default button:

Click on Relaunch Now to apply your new settings.

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