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Sometimes, we value the real estate on our computer screen too much that certain features that we seldom use catches our eye. And we certainly want to remove it off our view.
In light of this, I wanted to see if there was a way to get rid of the User Default Profile button that is added in the new version of Google Chrome’s Title bar that sits near my Chrome’s minimize button.
Just a little bit of experimenting with the Settings page (chrome://settings) didn’t let me achieve what I wanted to do – to get rid of that button.
That’s when the hidden advanced user settings for Google Chrome comes to rescue.
OK, now straight to the point:
How to disable the name on Google Chrome’s title bar?
(Note: just as Google puts it, these experiments may ‘bite’, and that means, it may cause damage to your system or browser features, so please use your own caution in dealing with settings on the flags page.)
2. Under ‘Experiments‘ Scroll down to “Enable the new avatar menu” section
3. Change from ‘Default‘ to ‘Disabled‘
4. After changing that setting, you’ll see a ‘Relaunch now‘ button that shows up at the bottom section of the screen.
Hit on that button to relaunch your browser.
Poof! now the button is gone for good. If you want it again, just follow the steps above to re-enable it.
Please let me know your comments if you have any other suggestion/if this helped you.
Source: Google Product Forums