If I browse to chrome://net-internals/#modules, a page that I just discovered a few minutes ago, a list of extensions is presented like so:

Screenshot of Chrome net-internals "modules" page

This list includes the following:

Entanglement Web App  3.4.9  Get more tangled than your friends to win the game of Entanglement.
Poppit!               3.1    Join prickly cactus Spike in a fun scramble to pop as many balloons as you can.

What the frak? I didn't install these! I've never even heard of them. chrome://extensions/` doesn't list them. Furthermore I can see no relevant toolbar icon or access to these extensions.

I'm the only user configured in Chrome.

Where did these extensions come from, perchance? How can I uninstall them?

I'm running Chrome 57 on Windows 7 Pro SP1 (64-bit).


I'm pretty sure that those two applications come pre-installed with any installation of Chrome.

Chrome New Tab page

  • Aha! Plus, from this screen I can remove them (I guess "apps" !== "extensions"??). Seems very naughty of Chrome, but very un-naughty of Oliver Salzburg: thank you! – Lightness Races in Orbit Jun 29 '17 at 11:38
  • @BoundaryImposition You're very welcome :) – Der Hochstapler Jun 29 '17 at 12:23

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