1. knitpunk's Avatar
    I stupidly tried to install a Chrome extension that is for Windows on my MacBook Pro, and I am now getting a popup from Chrome about every 2 minutes that says:

    "ICloud popup. The extension you are trying to install is designed to run on Windows 10. If you are using a Mac, your Safari Passwords will automatically sync with your iPhone, iPad, and Mac when you sign in to iCloud on all your devices."

    Does anyone know how to remove this annoying popup so I can continue working? All help is much appreciated!
    09-09-2021 02:43 PM
  2. Just_Me_D's Avatar
    Just in case, go to the section of Chrome where the extensions are housed and then see if you can remove it or remove what the system may think is the extension, if present.
    09-09-2021 04:32 PM

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