If you’ve recently encountered the issue of requiring permission from TrustedInstaller to access your Chrome bookmarks in Windows 11, don’t worry; there are several methods to fix this problem.
One of the most effective methods is to change the ownership of the Chrome bookmarks folder. To do this, right-click on the folder, select Properties, and then go to the Security tab. From there, click on Advanced and then select the Owner tab.
If you’re still not able to access your missing Chrome bookmarks in Windows 11 after trying the aforementioned methods, it might be due to your user account not having the necessary permissions.
In such cases, you may be prompted with an error that says “you require permission from TrustedInstaller” when attempting to access or modify certain system files.
To fix this issue, you can try taking ownership of the files by using the Command Prompt or changing the file permissions manually via File Explorer.
Once you’ve gained access to the necessary system files, you should be able to recover your missing Chrome bookmarks without any further issues.
If you are encountering the “you require permission from TrustedInstaller” error when trying to access your Chrome bookmarks in Windows 11, there are a few solutions you can try.
First, you can try changing the ownership of the bookmark folder by following some simple steps. Alternatively, you can try running Chrome as an administrator and see if that solves the issue. Another option is to use a third-party tool like Revo Uninstaller to uninstall and reinstall Chrome.
If you’ve tried the above methods and you still can’t find your Chrome bookmarks, you may need to fix a permissions issue involving TrustedInstaller. This is because TrustedInstaller has ownership of some critical files and settings on your Windows 11 PC, including certain Chrome components.