Google Chrome offers three levels of privacy protection. The most advanced among the three is called “Enhanced Safe Browsing”. This article explains how to enable enhanced safe browsing on Google Chrome.
What is Enhanced Safe Browsing?
According to Google, safe browsing protects you from phishing, social engineering, malware, unwanted software, malicious ads, intrusive ads, and abusive websites or extensions.
The privacy settings page on Chrome details the level of protection each option offers.
Enable Enhanced Safe Browsing
Now, let me show you how to enable enhanced safe browsing on Google Chrome.
- Click the three-dots settings menu.
- Choose Settings.
- Select Privacy and security from the side panel.
- Select Security.
- Under Safe browsing, select Enhanced protection.
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