I, Stefan Van Damme, as a web browser expert see many users complaining on online forums about the bad user experience when they using the new Microsoft Edge Chromium web browser. And I understand the pain points of the users when they use this new web browser. Since the years of Microsoft Internet Explorer, everyone uses and loves to navigate with the classic menu bar. That includes the menu items File, Edit, View, History, Bookmarks, Window, and Help. So they can get quick access to the menu for editing and printing a web page. However, that menu bar is not available anymore in the new Microsoft Edge web browser.
In Apple Safari you have the Apple menu bar to control and navigate your Safari web browser. And in Firefox, there is an option to see the menu bar when you press the alt key on your keyboard. Now in Microsoft Edge, there is no menu bar anymore. The web browser is more designed for touch screen devices like mobile phones and tablets. And everything can be found in the 3 dots icon near the top right in your Microsoft Edge web browser.
Proper Menubar in Microsoft Edge
I understand the frustration that there is no menu bar on the web browser. That is why I as a web browser expert created this free Proper Menubar Microsoft Edge extension. So users can experience the real classic window menu design in his web browser. That from below the address bar and also in the extension icon as a vertical menu bar.
Here are the steps on how to get menu bar in the Microsoft Edge web browser:
And when you open a website, you will see the black menu bar below your address bar
If you want to hide the menu bar you can do it from the black rectangle with the white + icon. Click on the + icon, and click on the big red button to change it from “Proper Menubar is OFF” to “Proper Menubar is ON”. Then you see it add this bar on all open tabs.
If you have any questions about the Proper Menubar browser extension. Or you have any feedback to improve this experience in your web browser. You can always reach my support page. I am are here to help. So you have the best web browsing experience.
I, Stefan Van Damme, am a member of the Google Product Expert program. Those are users who volunteer their time to help others with Google products. And I am a product expert in the Chrome web browser. Meanwhile, it is today 11th Google Chrome birthday. And this year we have seen many posts in the community about having unwanted software on his computer which has made changes to his computer settings.
That especially on Windows and Mac computers, where bad developers misuse the Chrome policies. Therefore, bad developers force the user to use his Chrome extension and or search engine. Furthermore, makes it very difficult to delete this Chrome extension and search engine in the Chrome settings page. Because the delete button is disabled, and the users will only see this message “Managed By Your Organization“.
However, I am happy to announce that I created a simple and one-click application solution to delete all these Chrome policies. And doing this manually can be complex for a non–tech savvy user.
Chrome Policy Remover for Mac
This AppleScript application is a free tool and can delete the following bad settings: weknow.ac, SearchMine search, Searchbaron, search-operator.com, akamaihd.net, etc. from the Mac Chrome web browser. When you execute this application it will do the following actions:
Close the Google Chrome web browser
Delete all the configuration profiles on his Mac computer (such as “AdminPrefs”)
Delete all the Chrome policies
Here are some steps that may help to resolve the issue:
When you open now your Google Chrome web browser, you will see that there are no policies that change your search engine and new tab page. And you can easily delete now all the Chrome extensions.
If you have any questions about the Chrome web browser. Or you experience an issue on Chrome desktop web browser or mobile app. You can always reach our Chrome community forum. We are here to help. And we look forward to seeing you at our help forum.