Disable the Facebook Timeline – New Extension

This method allows you to be able to see your profile and that of others as it was before the change, in a short, it allows you to disable, remove the new graphics and restore the old profile. But that does not mean that your friends will not see your timeline. There is in fact no possible way to disable the timeline for all users and go back to the original. Everything we do here is to interact with Facebook as if you’re using Internet Explorer 7, a browser is not supported by the timeline and thus shows the old profile.

The extension, designed by Andrea Marsico, called TimeLineRemove and is currently only available for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. (The site is reporting that they will soon release for Safari and Internet Explorer)
The procedure is simple, all you have to do is install it ( link to Chrome  link to Firefox ) and visit Facebook. You should already be able to see the profiles (including yours) as before.
The extension, in the case of Google Chrome, offers a place to go on the toolbar (the button with t, see image). Clicking on it you can control when and whether or not to activate it, simply click on “Status: Timeline Remove” to activate it or not. Here in this case is the profile of Mark Zuckerberg with the extension enabled.

Do you have questions, comments, or suggestions? Feel free to post a comment! 

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