The technological giant has confirmed the arrival of this guide which focuses on the a detailed explanation of the security settings you provide in your Navigator Chromium.
When reporting, users can dial options and be registered immediately to simplify the process.
“As you go through the Privacy Guide, you’ll learn the ‘why’ behind each setting and how it affects your browsing experienceso you can easily understand what is going on,” he explains. AudreyAnne, product manager at Chrome, on the official blog of google.
This is an explained document where customers implement sections. Google shows its main security features in a very simple way. Only with reading options, which can be read and marked, in a short time, browser settings are complete, a process that some users are careless about.
The Privacy Guide offers a step-by-step tour of Chrome’s privacy settings, which Google walks users through. different windows to the most important privacy options.
This future section is located in Chrome’s privacy and security settings, and at different stages will give controls to improve search and navigation, synchronize history, secure navigation and block third-party cookies. This way the user won’t have to search for each option in different sections of the configuration.
Each window will have explanation of what users get when they activate each privacy control, as well as the information that will be shared with Google using certain features. For “Safe Browsing”, Google Chrome offers standard protection and reinforced protection, explaining in detail the difference between each option.
It also allows you to choose when to block third-party cookies, either incognito or forever, so websites only see user browsing activity on their own websites, not on other pages visited.
Google Chrome privacy guide coming soon to Android
The privacy guide isn’t out yet, although you won’t waste much time accessing the desktop version of Chrome, which will follow the version of this Android mobile browser.
Although the company decides on this last step, users who wish to use it can register trial features identical or ‘Flags’ of the browser.
Google Chrome “flags” are small experiments that may be public features in the future, but not yet or in the test version of the browser. Everyone can activate them, albeit unofficially may cause system failure.
In this case, to consult the Privacy Guide before everyone else, you must access chrome://flags and find the function #privacy-guide.
After activating it (Enabled), you must restart the browser by clicking on ‘to restart’. Once done, you can find the new section in Settings > Privacy & Security > Privacy Guide.