Google Chrome includes a built-in utility called the Chrome Cleanup Tool that scans for and remove malware that injects ads or performs other unwanted behavior in Chrome. A problem, though, is that this tool does not allow the removal of Chrome extensions that are force-installed through Windows group policies.
This is about to change according to a Chrome source code commit, which has the description of “Update chrome_cleaner/chrome_utils to remove force-installed extensions.” According to this update, the Chrome Cleanup Tool will now be able to detect and remove force-installed extensions. It will, though, utilize a whitelist of Google extensions that should continue to be automatically installed.
Full article: Google is Adding Force-Installed Extension Removal to the Chrome Cleanup Tool