Fix Managed by Your Organization in Chrome in Windows 10/11

Fix Managed by Your Organization in Chrome in Windows 10/11



Many users have reported seeing an unusual warning in Google Chrome’s “More” menu after updating to the latest version – 73.0.3683.86. The warning reads, “Managed By Your Organization,” which is obviously terrifying. You may suspect malware or unauthorized remote access to your system, but this is not the case.

Even though it is a Chrome bug, many people plainly do not like the fact. Users are uneasy about their Chrome being managed, and all they want to do is get rid of it. When you search for more information, Chrome takes you to this support page, which plainly does not assist you to remedy the problem.

So, how do we fix this and get back to our normal Google Chrome browser? Let’s see how.


Solution: Using The Registry Editor


When stuck with a system-related issue, in most cases, the registry editor way is the sure shot way to get rid of the problem.


Step 1: Press the Windows key + R to open the Run box. Type Regedit in the search box to open the Registry Editor.




Step 2: In the Registry Editor window, navigate to the below path:





Step 3: Before performing any actions on the Chrome key, create an a.reg file to back up the current Registry Editor settings. To do so, go to the File tab at the top of the window and select the Export option from the menu.




Step 4: Now, choose where you want to save the backup file (in this case, the Documents folder). Now, in the File name area, insert the desired folder name, followed by.reg. For example, we named it Backup.reg. Then, to save the backup file, click the Save option.




Step 5: Return to the Registry Editor and the same path as in Step 2. Right-click the Chrome key and select Delete from the context menu. The Chrome key will be removed from Google Policies as a result of this action.


Step 6: Now, close the Chrome browser and restart it. The statement “Managed by your company” should now be removed from the “More” menu.

However, make sure to re-add the Chrome key to the Google Policies. Navigate to the same path as in Step 2, right-click on Google, select New, and then select Key. Chrome is its name.




That’s it. Your Chrome is no more managed and you have your normal Chrome browser back.

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