Installed Norton 360 Deluxe/Utilities Unlimited on a new HP Envy i7 running Windows 11. I found Windows Edge to be barely usable, so I wanted to go back to using Google Chrome as I did on a Micro Center i5 purchased in 2011 with Windows 7.
After I installed Norton, I installed Google Chrome. Flurries of multiple confusing dialogs/popups came up (do you have to dismiss them in the order in which they appeared?). I guess it was Norton (and not Chrome) that asked if I wanted to use their extensions (each popup rudely shoving its way to the front before disappearing). Of course I said yes to everything that was offered, after all I previously used McAfee's WebAdvisor with Chrome with excellent performance. The result was that I could not use Google Chrome at all! Each attempt brought up Norton's cheesy browser, though with their WebAdvisor-like utility running.
I decided to forget about my original idea. I uninstalled Chrome, removed all folders and files containing "Google" in their names, and reinstalled Chrome this time refusing the Norton extensions.
I plan to go back to McAfee after my Norton subscription runs out.