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. Go to your browser 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
1. Navigate to your browser's menu and select the Extensions panel
2. Select Grammarly for Microsoft Edge
3. Toggle the switch indicated in the screenshot to Off