Google Chrome's plugins are stored in one folder and use one file to function properly.
Unlike Firefox and Internet Explorer, Google Chrome does not store its plugins in
I pick this information to you from the official documentation:
So you need only to locate your plugin and delete it.
For that, open Google Chrome browser and type in the URL:
chrome://version/; on that page, this parameter is the one that interests you:
Profile Path. If it is
C:\Users\<Your_User_Name>\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default then your plugins storage directory is:
Note that you can access your profile on Chrome by clicking on
Start and type
For the file I mentioned, it is Preferences file that your browser uses to load the plugins you installed, but you do not have to delete any entry as it will be done by the system for you when
Chrome Remote Desktop Viewer plugin is removed from that folder.