If you want to learn how to write better, Grammarly is an excellent tool that can help improve your grammar, spelling, punctuation, and more. You can install it as a browser extension, making it possible to use it on different websites. While it is undoubtedly a powerful tool, Grammarly needs access to personal information.

If you are concerned about privacy, you may not want Grammarly on your browser. And since Chrome is the most popular browser, for many people, that browser is Chrome. If that is the case, here are the steps to remove Grammarly from Chrome.

Removing Grammarly From Chrome

It takes just a few seconds to remove Grammarly from Chrome, and the process is quite simple.

  1. Launch Chrome on your desktop and tap the Extensions icon next to the address bar.
  1. This will list all the extensions you have installed in the browser, including Grammarly.
  1. Click the three dots next to the Grammarly extension, and you will see various options associated with it.
  1. Click the 'Remove From Chrome' option to remove Grammarly from the browser.
  1. It will show a pop-up asking you to confirm its removal. Click the 'Remove' button to finish.
  1. With that, Grammarly has been removed from your Chrome browser. Now, you can use the browser without worrying about your personal information being used by the app.

By removing the Grammarly extension from Chrome, you can rest assured all your personal information will remain safe. If you still want to use the tool, you can install the Grammarly Editor on your system, which does not need to be installed in the browser.