Method 1 :
The easiest method to uninstall an extension is through Chrome’s extension manager. There you will be able to either disable or entirely delete each extension through a single click of the mouse.
Step 1: Open the Chrome browser and click the three-dot menu in the top right-hand corner.
Step 2: Click “More tools,” and then “Extensions” in the resulting menu.
Step 3: The Extensions page shows you all of the extensions you currently have installed. You can disable any you just want to turn off by unticking the relevant box. Alternatively, if you want to remove the extension entirely, click the small trash can symbol. When asked if you want to remove the extensions, click the blue “Remove” button.
Step 4: Restart Chrome
Method 2 :
Step 1: Close down Google Chrome.
Step 2: Navigate to Chrome’s install location. For Windows 7 or later, that should be: “C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default.”
Step 3: Open the “Extensions” folder.
Step 4: All of the folders within the “Extensions” folder represent individual extensions. Their names are hard to decipher, so to figure out which is which, you’ll need to open each folder up and then open the resulting version number folder. Images or file names within should give you an idea about which folder represents which extension.
Step 5: Find the extension you want to uninstall and simply delete the folder. To do so, either left-click the folder to select it and press the “delete” key on your keyboard, or right-click it and select “delete” from the resulting menu.
Step 6: Once finished deleting extensions, open Google Chrome and your extension list should be more to your liking.