Google Chrome Browser Privacy Feature puts you in control of your private information, while helping protect the information that you share when you are online.
Manage your privacy in Chrome Browser
When you don’t want your website visits or downloads to be recorded in your browsing and download histories, you can browse in incognito mode. In addition, any cookies created while in incognito mode are deleted after you close the incognito window.
Incognito mode is particularly handy, since it’s an easy way to browse the web in a private way without needing to change your privacy settings back and forth between browsing sessions. For example, you can have one normal session, as well as one incognito session, in separate windows at the same time.
You can control all your privacy preferences for Chrome from the Options dialogue, under the Privacy section, located at the top of the Under the Hood tab.
Clear your browsing data
You can clear your browsing data at any time, so that this information is not stored in your browser. You have full control over the types of browsing data that you would like to erase from your browser, including browsing and download histories, cookies, saved passwords and saved form data.
Controlling privacy preferences
Understand other data sent by the browser
Google Chrome Browser is designed with your privacy in mind. It only communicates with Google services where absolutely necessary to deliver features and functionality. You can disable features that require this kind of communication in Chrome’s options, so that you are in control of what is sent to Google when you use Google Chrome Browser.