Android users can now lock incognito session on Chrome

SAN FRANCISCO: Tech giant Google has announced that users can now lock incognito sessions when they leave Chrome on Android.

“You can require biometrics when resuming an interrupted incognito session,” the tech giant said in a blog post Thursday.

Previously, this feature was available for iOS devices, but is now being rolled out to Android users as well.

The user[Chrome の設定]>[プライバシーとセキュリティ]>[Chrome を閉じるときにシークレット タブをロックする]You can access this feature by turning on .

The tech giant also said a “safety check” now warns users if it detects compromised passwords or harmful extensions.

Plus, we’ll notify you when there are updates to install and keep you protected with the latest proactive protection.

“To further our commitment to online safety, we’re rolling out more personalized recommendations and reminders for what you’ve previously shared with websites, finding controls for them in one place, revoking permissions, and protecting your privacy.” ,” the company said. Said.


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