Canary, the browser’s experimental experimental release, allows you to disable Google Analytics altogether.
This is an extremely useful feature, as it allows you, for example, to disable the Google Analytics tracking code for a website.
However, Canary also includes an additional feature: Canary allows you install new extensions that will remove Google Analytics traces from your Chrome browser.
With the extension installed, your browser will automatically scan for all traces, but will not track any traffic.
The extension will uninstall the tracking code automatically.
Canary, which is also available in the Canary Canary channel, can be downloaded here.
To install the extension, just go to the Canary’s download page, click on the download button, and then click on Install.
After the extension is installed, you can open the browser and go to any website, as if it had never been there.
To uninstall the extension in Chrome Canary, just open the page, go to Extensions, and uninstall the Canary extension.
Here’s how to uninstall the Google tracking code from Chrome Canary: Open Chrome Canary and click on Extensions in the upper-right corner.
Click on the Google Tracking code button, then select Delete.
Click OK at the bottom of the page.
In Chrome Canary you can also see the browser now displays a warning warning that it’s been disabled, indicating that the tracking is still active.
To uninstall the tracking, open the Canary menu, go back to Extensions in Chrome, click the tracking icon, and select Uninstall.