Google is introducing privacy guidelines, a step-by-step tour of some of the privacy and security controls that exist in Chrome. The Privacy Guide will enable users to easily understand what happens when a certain setting is turned on or off. Search Giant has announced that the Privacy Guide will soon be rolled out to all M100 Chrome desktop users. Earlier this year, the desktop version of Google Chrome got a new feature called Journey, which allows users to revisit previously searched topics.
Google said in a blog post that using the privacy guidelines, “you will learn about the benefits of each setting, the trade-offs and the impact of privacy so you can easily understand what happens when a certain is turned on or off.” The Privacy Guide includes cookies, history sync, and controls for safe browsing in Chrome. “We get feedback from the community, we can add more settings to the guide over time,” said Audrey Ann, product manager for Chrome at Google Safety Engineering Center.
The Privacy Guide appears in the Security and Privacy tab of Chrome settings. The company says the Privacy Guide will only begin rolling out to all M100 Chrome desktop users next week. Users will be able to access the feature by clicking Three points In your upper-right corner Chrome Browser> Settings> Security & Privacy> Privacy Guide.
In February, the desktop version of the web browser got a new feature called Journey, which allows users to revisit previously searched topics. Through Journeys, the search giant helps to organize browsing history by eliminating the process of manually trying to find previously viewed pages. Users can access the journey by going to the browser’s history page or typing a related word into the address bar. Chrome will then display a Resume your research Option with list of sites you have visited before.
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