Open Google Chrome . Its icon looks like a red, yellow, green, and blue world.
Be certain you are not using Chrome in full-screen mode. Full-screen mode can cause toolbars to evaporate. This will vary depending upon your computer type:Windows – Press F11 (or Fn+F11). Mac – Hover your mouse near the peak of the display, then click on the green circle at the top-left corner of the display when it appears.
Click ⋮. It is from the top-right corner of the Chrome window. A drop-down menu will appear.
Select More tools. This is close to the center of the drop-down menu. Doing this will prompt a pop-out menu.
Click Extensions. You’ll find it in the pop-out menu. This opens the Extensions page.Since Chrome utilizes extensions to add toolbars, you will have the ability to allow any non-working toolbars out of here.
Find your toolbar. Scroll down to the toolbar you wish to use with Chrome.If you can not locate the toolbar, you will first need to reinstall the expansion .
Permit the toolbar. Check the”Enabled” box to the right of the toolbar extension, then check the”Permit in incognito” box below the toolbar if you would like to use the toolbar at incognito mode.
Empower the bookmarks bar. If allowing your toolbar did not fix your problem, you are most likely looking to allow the bookmarks bar. To do so:Click ⋮Select BookmarksClick Show bookmarks bar
Run a virus scan. If your toolbars still will not work correctly, you might have a virus on your PC. Scanning your computer with antivirus software will decide whether this is actually the case; if you have a virus, the program will often eliminate it.