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How To Disable 'Articles For You' and Get The 'Bookmarks' and 'Recent tabs' Buttons Back in Google Chrome Version 60 for Android

Since the new version 54 update enrolled on the Google Chrome of Android, it replaced the 'recent tabs' and 'Bookmarks' buttons on the homepage with 'Articles for you', which is basically random news posts from different websites. And on version 60, they altered the previous method of disabling the 'Articles for you' and getting the bookmarks back.



The 'Articles for you' homepage in Chrome version 60.



Several people are having trouble figuring out how to remove the 'Articles for you' from their Chrome and go back to the usual homepage with the 'Bookmarks' and 'recent tabs'.

Here's how you can get the original home screen with the bookmarks and recent tab buttons back and disable 'articles for you':

Firstly, open Chrome on your Android device, and enter this url in the address bar:
chrome://flags/#enable-ntp-popular-sites

The url will open this screen.


Afterwards, tap on 'Default' on the 'Show popular sites on the New Tab page' option, and choose 'Disabled' from there.


Then, open this url in your address bar:
chrome://flags/#enable-ntp-remote-suggestions


The url will open this screen.


Then tap on 'Default' on the 'Show content snippets on the New Tab page', and choose 'Disabled' from there.



After that, simply relaunch your Google Chrome and the homepage will be back to normal, with 'Articles for you' disabled and 'Bookmarks' and 'New Tab' buttons back. That's all!



Back to the normal layout.
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Published On Entertainment Ghost At Sunday, September 10, 2017