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How do I disable Javascript in Chrome?

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Go the address bar and type chrome://settings/content (Wrench >> Settings >> Search "javascript")

You can disable javascript by selecting "Do not allow any site to run JavaScript".

http://screenshoot.me/sfgLrl

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Just a note: the Wrench menu is not a wrench anymore. Don't know how to describe it though... –  MegaHit May 2 '13 at 1:37

Another way:

Quick Javascript Switcher, a Chrome extension for quickly enabling / disabling Javascript) :

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via http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/Chrome/thread?tid=5e291648113cc731&hl=en:

To disable JS on Windows, find your Google Chrome shortcut (say, on your desktop or somewhere similar). Right-click it, and go to Properties. In the "Target:" field, put "-disable-javascript" after the quotation marks.

Any better ways?

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AFAIK this is the only way by now. –  buba Oct 28 '09 at 20:48

Yet another way to do this that might be easier:

Pull up the Chrome Console, and click on the settings icon in the lower-right. At the top in "General" is the option to disable Javascript - along with lots of other easier-to-access goodies.

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I'm still using NotScripts, because it blocks more than just JavaScript, allows for both temporary and permanent exceptions, and it actually has a decent UI (unlike Chrome's built-in functionality).

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You can use the Quick Javascript Switcher extension.

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This is exactly the same suggestion as @mlb –  JoshP Sep 24 '12 at 19:09

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