Read on to know about how you can activate the new updates in your Chrome browser.
With the new update, you'll be able to manage your cookies easier than before and also restrict third-party cookies. All you've to do is click on the three dots at the top right corner and go to settings, next you'll find 'Turn on sync' under the 'You and Google' section where you can sync bookmarks, history, passwords, etc.
Google Chrome will now upgrade you to DNS-over-HTTPS automatically and allow you to configure a different DNS provide from the Advanced security section. Moreover, you'll also be able to disable this feature if you wish.
Go to 'Privacy and Security 'from Settings where you will find the option to toggle secure DNS on or off. You can also customize your DNS provider from the same section.
Google has introduced a new safety check tool that will identify if any passwords saved by you on Chrome have been compromised and allow you to change them. To check for compromised passwords, go to the 'Safety Check tool' from settings, and then click on 'Check Now'. Google will highlight any compromised passwords and give you the option to review and change them.
Safe Browsing Tool
According to Google, its new Safe Browsing Tool will give you more protection against malware, phishing, and other threats from the web. Through Enhanced Safe Browsing, URLs of some of the pages you visit will be sent to Google when your security would be at risk. However, it is important to note that this will also give Google some of your data.
To activate Safe Browsing, go to 'Privacy and Security' from Settings where you will be able to turn Safe Browsing Feature on and off.