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Default plug-ins installed in Google Chrome

September 11, 2008 04:59 PDT

Posted by Andrew.

Chrome does have Plug-Ins which includes programs such as Java from Sun Microsystems, Acrobat from Adobe. Enter about:plugins on the address bar, it will list the plug-ins that are available in Google Chrome. Here's a list:

  • ActiveX Plug-in - ActiveX Plug-in provides a shim to support ActiveX controls
  • Google Gears - These are the Gears that power the tubes! :-)
  • Adobe Acrobat - Adobe Acrobat Plug-In Version 7.00
  • RealPlayer(tm) G2 LiveConnect-Enabled Plug-In
  • QuickTime Plug-in - he QuickTime Plugin allows you to view a wide variety of multimedia content in Web pages
  • RealJukebox NS Plugin
  • RealPlayer Version Plugin
  • RealNetworks Rhapsody Player Engine
  • Google Update
  • Google Updater
  • Default Plug-in - Provides functionality for installing third-party plug-ins

The Flash plug-ins doesn't embed by default. You can visit Adobe Flash Player website to install it.

Other Resource of Google Chrome Plugins

  1. Chrome Javascript Plug-in: Split your Google Chrome browser - Google Chrome Dual View
  2. Chrome Javascript Plug-in: YouTube Downloader - Download YouTube Videos in Google Chrome
  3. Chrome Javascript Plug-in: PageRank Status Checker - Check the Google PageRank & Alexa Rank


#1  posted on April 24, 2009 20:27 PDT
Sir, which is the keyword which should be type in the Address Bar to see that which Plugins are already installed in Chrome. I think it is, About ---- Something. Please tell Exact keyword. Also Please tell that where this types of Chrome Hacks can be found Thanks. Chrome is Awesome.
replied on April 27, 2009 07:47 PDT:
Please type about:plugins.

#2  posted on July 24, 2009 11:45 PDT
you guys need to come up with a fix for constant crashing of browser upon first opening it

#3  posted on September 04, 2012 15:10 PDT
An unpatched hole in Java is making it very insecure. You should disable it -- here's how.
Java is once again being used as a delivery mechanism for browser-based attacks, with a new zero-day flaw spreading rapidly across all browsers, and no sign as yet of a patch to combat the problem. So what do you do to keep yourself safe? For now, disable Java within your browser.
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If you're a Chrome user, enter chrome://plugins into the URL bar, and make sure Java is unticked. The process for Firefox users is a little easier: Go to Tools > Add-ons> Plugins and disable Java from there. IE users should click on the gear icon at the top right of the browser, select Internet Options > Programs > Manage Add-ons and make sure that the Java Plug-Ins listed are disabled. If you're a Safari user, it's quite likely Java's already disabled (Apple did so in a recent update), but just to be sure, go to Preferences > Security and make sure Java is unticked.

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#4  posted on December 04, 2012 15:06 PST
Yo quiero descargar el default

#5  posted on December 06, 2012 06:05 PST
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#6  posted on January 15, 2013 12:00 PST
Java is not listed as a plugin when I go to about:plugins, but when I attempt to uninstall Java which is listed through my windows 7 control panel I get a message that java is running in 6 applications and I should shut them off before uninstalling. Problems is I can't find were they are running.

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