[Fix] “Managed by your organization” in Chrome or Microsoft Edge

chrome policy "managed by your organization"

In Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome, some users see the message “Managed by your organization” when they click the “More” menu.

chrome policy "managed by your organization"

The message indicates that the browser (Microsoft Edge or Chrome) is being managed. If a user clicks on the “Managed by your organization” link, they are directed to chrome://management/ which contains details about Chrome Browser management on Chrome browser, or the edge://management page on Microsoft Edge.

This message is also seen on the Chrome/Microsoft Edge (chromium) Settings page.

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Clicking on the “Managed by your organization” link opens the edge://management page, which displays the following message:

Microsoft Edge is managed by your organization

If you use Microsoft Edge at school or work, it might be managed, or set up and maintained, by your organization. Your organization can set up or restrict certain features, install and block extensions, monitor activity, and control how you use it.

If Microsoft Edge is managed, you can view the policies that are set by your organization on the edge://policy page.

This post tells you how to remove the Managed by your organization notice and also explains how to remove the Microsoft Edge or Chrome policies that cause the notice to be shown.Read more

Fix: YouTube Error 400 and Blank Google Maps in Chrome

youtube error 400 bad request in google chrome

When you visit YouTube.com, you may encounter error 400 — “Your client has issued a malformed or illegal request. Error 400 (Bad Request) status code indicates that the server cannot or will not process the request due to something that is perceived to be a client error (e.g., malformed request syntax, invalid request message framing, or deceptive request routing).
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How to Disable Video Autoplay in Google Chrome Browser?

chrome autoplay disable

Autoplay of video content when you visit a news site or computer magazine portal is one of the most annoying things that can happen to users. Every time we need to pause those videos or move the slider to the end of the video to stop it from playing. It’s not just a nuisance but also an unnecessary wastage of network bandwidth and traffic.

This article tells you how to stop automatic playback of audio and video content on websites when browsing in Google Chrome.Read more

Browser Autofill Phishing Using Hidden Form Fields – Beware and be Safe

browser autofill phishing

If you’ve been using your web browser’s autofill on every website you visit, then here is some important news for you. It has been found that the web browsers such as Chrome, Safari or others that support multi-form autofill can be tricked into giving away your information, even the Credit Card numbers, their expiry dates and the CVV codes to websites.Read more

Apply a Light Theme for Chrome Incognito

chrome incognito light theme

With the implementation of Material Design in recent desktop versions of Google Chrome, the dark color scheme has been applied for incognito mode. Some users still prefer to have the usual, light theme for incognito mode, but there is no built-in option or chrome://flags setting for this.Read more