Everyone uses Google Chrome in their day to day. At work, at university, at home, etc. This browser offers a series of functions that improve the user’s browsing experience. And over the years it has evolved… for the better, almost always.
While we’re all familiar with Private Mode or Dark Mode, you may not be familiar with private browsing in Guest Mode, which allows you to browse the web with a blank profile.
It is perfect for those who use a public or shared device. If you ever want to try Guest Mode for yourself or set it up for when someone else wants to use your device, this tutorial will explain what Guest Mode is, how you can use it, and how it can be beneficial.
What is Guest mode in Google Chrome? First of all, it is important that you know that the Guest Mode is not the same as the Incognito Mode, since they are two different functions. Before you start, make sure Chrome is updated to the latest version.
Guest Mode is a user profile that offers a safe browsing experience for those who share their devices with others. If someone wants to use your device, they can use Guest Mode, which will not save any data, including cookies, history, and downloads.
How to activate Guest Mode in your Google Chrome
- Open Google Chrome and click on the profile icon located in the upper right corner of the browser window.
- Click on Guest in the Other Profiles section of the dropdown menu.
- A new window will open with a blank tab.
- Now you are in Guest mode.
In Guest Mode, you can browse the Internet as usual. You can access web pages and download files. But once the window is closed, your activity will not be saved as Guest Mode does not store any data. Like Private Mode.
This mode is very useful for students or workers who have to work on a daily basis sharing a computer or with equipment that is in common use. If you use the Guest mode you make sure that the computer does not save sensitive information about you, so your privacy will be safe.
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