Fix Can’t Access Chrome Plugins usually on Google Chrome version 57. When chrome://plugins page is no longer accessible and appears the error:
This site can’t be reached
The webpage at chrome://plugins/ might be temporarily down or it may have moved permanently to a new web address.
You need to know, Google Chrome Plugin page is inaccessible because it has been removed by Google. But it’s not a bug or an issue with the browser. So because the latest updates have removed this page and moved the plugins in the settings page. And because isn’t any message on the screen about the update, maybe you get confused about it and starts thinking that there is an issue with the browser.
How to Access Chrome Plugins from Setting
- Open Google Chrome > Click menu (the 3 dots) on the top right corner
- Select Settings.
- Scroll down > Advanced.
- Scroll down > Privacy & security > Content settings.
- Set on Unsandboxed plugin access.