If you think you might use Grammarly again later, you can temporarily disable the extension instead of uninstalling it completely. Disabling the extension has the same effect as uninstalling it — you won't see Grammarly spelling and grammar highlights any more — but if you want to try Grammarly again, all you have to do is check the Enabled box.
1. On your browser, click menu .
2. Select More tools > Extensions. Or go to chrome://extensions/
3. To disable an extension, uncheck the Enabled box.
1. Navigate to about:addons and select the Extensions panel
2. Select the Grammarly add-on
3. Click the Disable button.
4. Click Restart now if it pops up. Your tabs will be saved and restored after the restart.
1. Open Safari.
2. Click on Safari tab -> Preferences...
3. Click Extensions.
4. Uncheck the Enabled box to disable the plugin.
5. Restart the browser.