How to Remove Chrome Managed By Your Organization.
There are several methods that can help you remove the Chrome “Managed by your organization” message on Windows and Mac.
Scan for Malware and Browser Hijackers. The computer virus or browser hijacker is what increases the “Managed by your organization” message in Chrome, you’ll usually remove it by thoroughly cleaning your computer of malware.
Perform a Malware Scan
The next step is to click on the Start button by scanning your PC or Mac for malware. If you have an antivirus scanner on your computer, run both a quick scan and a system-wide scan. Especially on Windows, you can also use Windows Security (which you can open by going to Start > Settings > Update & Security > Windows Security) to check for malware. Should in case nothing shows up, perform another scan with a dedicated malware removal tool. The free version of Malwarebytes, for example, does a great job at detecting and removing harmful software. It’s available for both the PC and Mac.
Remove Sketchy Programs
Scanning for malware aside, you should manually check for and remove any unfamiliar programs from your computer.
PC: Right-click the Start button and select Apps and Features. On the list of programs that show up, choose each app that you want to remove and select Uninstall.
Mac: Open Finder and select the Applications side-tab. Drag any unfamiliar applications and drop them into the Trash.
Clean Up Computer (PC Only)
If you use Chrome on Windows, you can use the browser’s built-in computer cleanup tool to eliminate malicious extensions and browser hijackers.
Open the Chrome menu and select Settings. The next step is to expand Advanced from the left navigation area and choose Reset and clean up. Follow the next step by selecting Clean up computer > Search to scan for harmful software. Remove Configuration Profiles (Mac Only)
On the Mac, malicious programs can install configuration profiles that hijack how Chrome works.
The next step is to open the Apple menu and select System Preferences. If you see a Profiles icon, select it and take away any suspicious configuration profiles inside it.
If you continue to keep seeing the Chrome “Managed by your organization” message, you want to check for any Chrome policies on your PC or Mac. To do that, type chrome://policy into a replacement tab and press Enter.
You should then see any active or dormant policies under the Chrome Policies section. The next step is to select a policy to figure out what it’s all about. If a policy doesn’t show to be related to a trustworthy program or browser extension, you can remove it using the Registry Editor in Windows or the Terminal on Mac.
Note: It’s normally a good idea to back up the system registry in Windows before modifying anything inside it.
Delete Chrome Policies on Windows
Press Windows+R, type Regedit and select OK. Then, copy and paste the following path into the address bar and press Enter:
Select the Chrome key from the left side pane of the Registry Editor.
Select the homepagenewtabpage which pops up at the right then select DELETE