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Google Chrome Wrench Doesn't Work.

Is AVG No Track causing me to not get this? Alam Fantastic. Andy Hi Ann - thats weird!! Each time i sign myself backout so that i may get this disease off of my computer CG Me too! this contact form

Will you accept the change of Wrench icon to hotdogs? CantRead Nice!!! We'll be glad to update the tutorial again. Any help for me? http://productforums.google.com/d/topic/chrome/lQWqUIsZUlw

So how do I add the homepage icon? Mr Kirk is not responsible for Googles decisions, and is providing a valuable service allowing us to figure out how to get what we want. My point is this minor change makes the browser just a little less user friendly and however minor that is I believe it's a step in the wrong direction. Next project!

Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and Whenever I look at it I can't stop thinking of Jay-Z's album "The Blueprint 3" (if you don't understand, look it up). cool guy thatnkss Tgkg awsm thnx boys THX work great Der_puma_ivan stinken chrome is good but i get alot of stupid advertisements Radovan Karadžić Thanks. Thanks so much!

I don't even see a "hot dog" icon. Kai Mast This menu should be hidden completely in Ubuntu… we have the global menu for god sakes Fabio Meneghetti In settings you can choose to hide it. I must shut down Google and start over every time I try to use the home button. Tabs can make life so much easier because instead of opening and closing windows, you open and close tabs without losing the page you were visiting (like your inbox).

Also PLEASE give us an EASY way to COMPLETELY ELIMINATE Babylon from Google / Google Chrome. I have went thru settings>appearance> etc & I do have the proper url listed. Bring it back, or the world just might end, as we know it. Atul khatri So finally it got replaced today…thanx for the info mate :) Chris Storer i like it better.

However, as most users have gotten away from using homepages, the Home button is slowly being removed from browsers to simplify the toolbar. https://www.quora.com/Why-dont-I-have-a-wrench-icon-in-Google-Chrome Sharon Lewis I thought that I was going crazy when I saw those 3 little bars on the top right corner of my screen. Francois Thanks, I've just passed to Chrome, and this missing button was really anoying ! Joe Simpson Same here, it'd be unifying the "google" experience Squeaks I like the three dots.

David Kirk This tutorial doesn't work for the Android version of Chrome. http://liveterrain.com/google-chrome/can-t-instal-google-chrome.php Superstefanie Microsoft Office support 0 01-25-2011 04:35 AM Posting Rules You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your Only seems to work on Windows PC or Mac. But if you're not then look out for Chrome 23.x.

top right icon in the menu bar. Thanks for the walkthrough! Not all users are used to sudden changes, warned or not. navigate here Yes?

It goes to the correct page on start but if I then browse & hit the home button it says url not found! I rarely use the browser, but apparently this happened months, if not a year, ago, and documentation still refers to the "wrench" icon. Laura Exactly.

The tutorial has been updated to the latest version of Chrome so you should be able to follow the steps in the article now.

You could try Alt-F That seems to open the same menu as the three bars/wrench icon, so may get you access to the Settings option? Uninstall M_yasir87 Thank you so much! How can I make the Google Chrome wrench active again? With no notice.

If your not sure on this-go do some homework and see how much tv stations charge for advertising in the super bowl. Click the three horizontal lines icon in the upper-right corner of the toolbar and select Settings. Chris G on Create an "Application Shortcut" in Chrome too cool 4 school Spencer Field on Create an "Application Shortcut" in Chrome Yep you can just add it to the bookmark his comment is here Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Your Name * Your Email * Your Website Receive Free Updates Enter your Email RSS; Twitter; G+; Facebook; YouTube; Venkat on G+; Twitter Popular Posts Fix

L Brigham After clicking on the tool icon, I see nothing like your instructions and certainly not any way to return the "home" button. About David Kirk David Kirk is one of the original founders of tech-recipes and is currently serving as editor-in-chief. Someone obviously thought this made things too easy. Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads

lol http://www.dscomic.com/ Rob Worked perfectly! Reply Dennis September 29, 2012 @ 5:06 pm Absolutely stupid and worthless change! I have the orange ball next to the wrench, and have already selected "Not Now" when asked if I wanted to update (after doing wrench=>Update Google Chrome). Let me surprise you, this icon has been already implemented on metro version of Chrome, go and check the Metro Chrome in Windows 8 or you can also confirm it from

In Chrome Settings then Advanced Settings, find HTTPS/SSL and click the "Managing Certificates" button. sp42 Thanks! I have it working such that when I bring up Chrome it goes to "my" homepage, but then at any time later, I click the homepage icon, it goes to a if not changed back in next update or choosebla by user i will change browser.

Fox Thanks! Phillip Mikesell they look yummy ecky i constantly have to navigate these three lines to retrieve classic google. Humph! Andy Hiya, have you tried my comment from 1st November?

Ann I'm trying to get the home button back, however when I open Google Chrome I don't have either the 3 horizontal lines or a wrench icon. How do I get it to show correctly. How the hell does a hotdog represent "fixing" or "finding" a specific menu. I have NO idea how to get the Settings icon back though.

The methods for placing and removing the Home button have changed as google has rolled out new versions of the Chrome browser. Ok, it's above the scrollbar and below the window-close button. Are there different versions of Chrome that add or don't had the home button?