Tutorial to configure the privacy of the Google Chrome browser

Guide to configure Google Chrome privacy.  (photo: Mobile phones, smartphones and tablets)
Guide to configure Google Chrome privacy. (photo: Cell phones, smartphones and tablets)

The configuration of the security and privacy of Applications, devices the programs of computer can take on a global maze of options and terms of trust for multiple users.

To make it easier, Google Chrome will launch a tutorial, that you can already experience Latin Americain which people will have at their disposal a guide with different settings to better understand each choice what is sent, such as the use of cookies on the pages that are visited.

The tech giants have confirmed the arrival of this guide focused on detailed explanation on the security settings provided in yours browser Chrome.

After reporting, users can dial options and be registered immediately to simplify the process.

“When you browse the Privacy Guide, you will learn the” whys “behind each setting and how it affects your browsing experienceso you can easily understand what’s going on, “he explains. Audrey An, Chrome product manager, on the official blog of Google.

The instructions will arrive in a few weeks on Chrome for computer and later for mobile phones from Android, although currently it can actually be set with Chrome’s “Flags”.

Privacy Guide

It is an explained document where customers implement sections. Google shows its main security features in a very simple way. Only with the reading options, which can be read and marked, in a short period of time, your browser settings have been completed, a process that some users are careless about.

The Privacy Guide provides a step-by-step tour of Chrome’s privacy settings, which Google guides users through. different windows to the most important privacy options.

This future section can be found in Chrome’s privacy and security settings and in different stages will give controls to improve search and navigation, synchronize history, protect navigation and block third-party cookies. This way, the user does not have to look for each option in different sections of the configuration.

Google Chrome Privacy Guide.  (acquisition: Google Chrome / Jose Arana)
Google Chrome Privacy Guide. (acquisition: Google Chrome / Jose Arana)

Each window will have explanation of what users get when they activate each privacy check, as well as what information will be shared with Google using certain functions. For “Safe Browsing”, Google Chrome offers standard protection and advanced protection, explaining in detail the difference between each option.

This also allows you to choose when to block third-party cookies, incognito or always, so that websites see the user’s browsing activity only on their own sites and not on other pages visited.

Google Chrome Privacy Guide.  (acquisition: Google / Jose Arana)
Google Chrome Privacy Guide. (acquisition: Google / Jose Arana)

Google Chrome Privacy Guide Coming soon to Android

The Privacy Guide hasn’t come out yet, although you won’t waste much time switching to the desktop version of Chrome, which will follow the version of this android mobile browser.

Although the company decides on this final step, users who want to use it can save identical or trial functionality ‘Flags’ from the browser.

Google Chrome Privacy Guide.  (acquisition: Google / Jose Arana)
Google Chrome Privacy Guide. (acquisition: Google / Jose Arana)

Google Chrome “flags” are small experiences that may become public features in the future, but not yet or in the trial version of the browser. Anyone can enable them, albeit unofficially it can cause a system error.

In this case, to consult the Privacy Guide first, you must log in chrome: // flags and find the function # guide-privacy.

After activating it (Enabled) you need to restart the browser by clicking on ‘Relaunch’. Once done, you can find the new section in Settings> Privacy and Security> Privacy Guide.


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