Enable JavaScript in Google Chrome

Google Chrome is a freeware web browser developed by Google. It’s a cross-platform browser and can be installed on Windows, Mac OS, Chrome OS, Linux, Android and iOS. Google Chrome is also the main component of Chrome OS, where it serves as the platform for web apps.

If JavaScript is disabled in your Google Chrome browser, you may not run many websites properly. Follow these steps to enable JavaScript:

1. Open Customize and Control menu in Chrome.

At the top-right corner in your browser, click on the three dots to open the Customize and Control menu.

2. Select the ‘Settings’ item in the menu.

Clicking on ‘Settings’ will open the settings tab in the browser. Alternatively, you can open setting by trying chrome://settings/ in your address bar.

3. Scroll down to ‘Privacy and Security’

Under the ‘Privacy and security’ section find ‘Site settings‘ and click on it.

4. Click on ‘JavaScript’ under ‘Content’ section

Scroll down to the Content section. Under the content section find and click on JavaScript.

5. Enable JavaScript

Use the slider button to enable or disable JavaScript. If JavaScript is enabled in the web browser, it will show Allowed (recommended) text with a blue button.

If it’s disabled, it will show Blocked text with gray button.

6. Close the Setting and browse.

JavaScript is now enabled in your Google Chrome browser. You may close the settings tab and browse your favorite sites.