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Re: Getting Rid of "Browse to Save" on Chrome?
It was a extension/addon called "codecv" that was pre-installed and enabled. I used to run Chrome 5 months ago and recall dumping it in the past without any question. The addon is located in the hidden folder located at c:/ProgramData/codecv. I ran the uninstaller which did nothing. So I just deleted the entire folder.