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How to Remove Your Name Badge from Google Chrome

In the recent Chrome update, you might have noticed your name badge button appeared next to minimize, maximize, and close buttons of the Google Chrome window. Clicking on this lets you switch to other user (if multiple users sign into Chrome on your computer); otherwise, there is not much use with this option.

In this tutorial, I will show you how to remove your name badge from Chrome browser. If you are unhappy with this new change, you can easily revert by going to Chrome’s settings menu. Read the tutorial below.
 
Type chrome://flags in the address bar and hit enter. Now, look for ‘Enable the new avatar menu’ flag, which is set to the ‘Default’ value.



Set the value to ‘Disable’ and relaunch Chrome. This will remove the name badge from Chrome window.


 Now, your will see your profile picture at the top left (if multiple users), where the user icon originally appeared. To change the icon (profile picture) to a different one, click on it and select Edit option. From the icons listed, select which one you want to use.

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