There is no doubt in the fact that Google Chrome is one of the most awesome browsers out there and it even beats a lot of other popular browsers like Mozilla Firefox or Opera when it comes to performance or features.
But Google has not taken into account one annoying feature which was there from the first version of Google Chrome. It is the downloads bar that stays forever below your screen.
It will not go away until you manually close it and since it occupies the entire width of your screen and is kind of around 2 inches in height it affects your browsing experience a lot.
This is particularly irritating when you are on a downloading spree. Like you are downloading multiple wallpapers from a site and the download bars remains there throughout the process.
It will change the layout of the website you are currently in and will shrink the elements like images or reduces the size of your video.
Instead of having to close it every single time you download something what if there is a way where it automatically closes once your download is complete?
How to get rid of the downloads bar
You don’t have to be a programmer nor have to modify any settings of the Google Chrome browser to do this.
All you have to do is to install a Chrome extension called Always Clear Downloads, kind of a straightforward name isn’t it?
Once the extension is live on your browser, any file you download from now, be it a video, image or even a zip file will not stay on the downloads bar now.
Download the extension by visiting the below link.
You can always view the list of all files you have downloaded by using the shortcut keys Ctrl+J.
Thanks to the extension, now your browsing experience is less annoying than before!
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