Each window will have explanation of what users get when they turn on each privacy control, as well as what information will be shared with Google using certain features. For ‘Safe Browsing’, Google Chrome offers standard protection and enhanced protection, explaining in detail the difference between each option.
This also allows you to choose when to block third-party cookies, either incognito or always, so that websites only see the user’s browsing activity on their own websites, and not on other pages that are visited.
Google Chrome Privacy Guide Coming Soon to Android
The Privacy Guide isn’t out yet, though you won’t waste much time getting 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 trial features or ‘Flags’ of the browser.
Google Chrome ‘Flags’ are little experiences that may be public features in the future, but not yet or in the test version of the browser. Anyone can enable them, albeit unofficially can cause system failure.
In this case, to consult the Privacy Guide before anyone else, you must access chrome://flags and find the function #privacy-guide.
After activating it (Enabled) you have to restart the browser by clicking on ‘restart’. Once done you can find the new section in Settings > Privacy and security > Privacy guide.