Google Chrome’s privacy settings can be changed to suit each user’s browsing needs.
Google Chrome is a widely used web browser. It was first released in beta in 2008, and in the same year the stable version was released to the public.
Google has set some default privacy settings in the browser, such as phishing and malware protection, but if you want to change these settings for a particular reason, you can do so using the Google Chrome settings menu.
Open the Google Chrome browser and click on the settings icon that looks like a wrench in the upper right corner of the browser window.
Scroll down the list and click “Options”.
Select “Under the Hood” from the “Chrome Options” screen.
Uncheck the box next to “Enable phishing and malware protection”. Close the window.