Google Chrome is a fantastic browser with a ton of great options. One of the features is guest mode option which lets you create multiple profiles and each one will have their own unique bookmarks, passwords and browsing history.
Many times we need to borrow our things for some time. For example, a friend or sibling needs our PC or laptop for sometimes to check online stuff. On these occasions, you have to maintain your privacy by creating a guest profile on Google Chrome. It is a simple process and you will never regret giving your PC to others with personalized Google Chrome data. For Android users, there are dedicated guest mode apps which creates a separate profile for guests and hides all your personal data and settings.
In this guide, I will tell you how to use guest mode in Google Chrome in simple steps.
Enabling Guest Browsing Mode in Google Chrome
- Open your Chrome Browser on Windows or Mac.
- Here you will see your profile picture at the top right corner of the Window.
- Now click on the picture.
- Once you click, you will see a list of options including “open guest window” option.
- Now click on the “guest window” option to start using it.
- That’s it
In the past versions, enabling guest mode on Google Chrome is a lengthy process. The developers are created a much easy way to oprn guest mode on Chrome by just click on your user profile icon.
Once you finish the above steps, the guest mode option in Google Chrome will be activated. While using the guest mode, the guest can’t access any of your personal Google Chrome data like bookmarks, passwords, browsing history, etc. The guest browsing session also will be private and Chrome won’t store any data like cookies and cache on the computer. It is safe for both the owner and guest to use the guest mode option in Google Chrome.