When you’ve got a family computer, or one you share with your roommates or significant other, you’ve probably run into the trouble of sharing a web browser – Share Chrome. You have to log out of your Gmail, Facebook, and other accounts just to let someone else log in. The latest version of Google Chrome solves that problem with multiple user accounts. Here’s how this handy new feature works and how to set it up.
With profiles, you can keep all your Chrome info separate, like bookmarks, history, passwords, and other settings.
Profiles are ideal for:
Sharing a computer with multiple people.
Keeping your different accounts, like work and personal, separate.
What others can see when you share Chrome
Only share your device with people you trust. If someone has your device, they can switch to any other Chrome profile on it. If they open your Chrome profile, they can see info like what websites you visited.
Share Chrome On Computer
Add a person or profile
On your computer, open Chrome.
At the top right, click Profile .
Choose a name and a photo.
Click Add. A new window will open and ask you to turn on sync.
(Optional) Turn sync on in Chrome with a Google Account for the new profile. Their bookmarks, history, passwords, and other settings will automatically sync.
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