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If you feel comfortable with Google collecting and analyzing your browsing history and you want the enhanced security this optional feature will provide, just follow the steps below for the device you’re using to turn Enhanced Safe Browsing on.

If you use Chrome on a laptop or desktop computer:

1 – Open your Chrome browser.

2 – Click the Customize and control icon in the top-right corner of the window (it looks like three vertical dots).

3 – Click Settings.

4 – In the left-hand pane, click Privacy and security.

5 – In the right-hand pane, click Security.

6 – In the “Safe Browsing” section, select Enhanced protection.

If you use the Chrome app on a mobile device:

1 – Open the Chrome app.

2 – Tap the three dots in the top-right corner of the screen.

3 – Tap Settings.

4 – Tap Privacy and security.

5 – Tap Safe Browsing.

6 – Select Enhanced protection.

That’s all there is to it. If you enabled Enhanced Safe Browsing, Chrome will now start going the extra mile in regards to keeping you safe online.

Written by: Tony Williams

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