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1. The first step after opening the Chrome browser is to click on the “Customize and control Google Chrome” button in the top-right corner of the screen. Once done, you should be able to access the internet crawler’s “Settings.” Next, click on the button, as shown in the screenshot below.
2. After accessing Chrome’s “Settings,” your next task will pertain to clicking on “Privacy and security” on the left-hand side of the screen. Check out the screenshot below for a visual illustration of getting this done.
3. The “Privacy and security” section will lead us to the next step. After entering this space, you will be required to click on “Site settings.” Look for the area at the bottom half of the screen along the middle length of the visible page. The description of the option reads, “Controls what information sites can use and show.”
Google Chrome isn’t out there as the most popular web crawler for no good reason. You could say that Chrome is a celebrity among other internet browsers, such as Mozilla Firefox and Opera. Truth be told upfront, though, there’s just no way Chrome’s simplicity and security standard can be overcome, hence why millions of people choose to opt for it regardless of many other present options.
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