One of the top browsers out there and among the most used ones, Google Chrome has its own set of security settings apart from the regular Google ones. If you use Chrome extensively, it’s good to know about these settings and what you can do with them.
There are some interesting settings there and what’s more, it’s quick and easy to change them. So, without further ado, here’s everything you need to know about Google Chrome security settings.
■ Open your Chrome browser and in the upper-right corner of the page, click on the three small dots in vertical order.
■ In the displayed menu, click on the Settings, near the bottom of the menu.
■ Scroll down to the bottom of the page, and click on Advanced.
■ The page will expand and give you more options. Find the Privacy and security section, just below the Advanced button.
■ In here you have various options. All the options are toggled on or off, by clicking on the sliders to the right. The one that you probably want to be turned on is the Protect you and your device from dangerous sites.
■ Also, Manage certificates is also worth noting, as this is the place to manage your HTTPS/SSL certificates if you ever need to do that. Since this option doesn’t have the slider, when you click on it a small window will appear, where you’ll get more options and details about your certificates.
■ Make sure you check all these options and turn them on or off to your liking.