"Safety Check" On Google Chrome Now Automatically Protects Users

 Google Chrome already offers good privacy and security features for users. Among them is Safety Check, which can check whether the user's password has been spread and ensure that the Chrome used is the latest version so as not to experience any security vulnerabilities.

Recently, Safety Check has been updated so that it runs automatically in the background. Chrome will now immediately notify the user if the user's password is leaked and will no longer need to perform a manual check. Not only that, Chrome can also block access to microphone and location permissions if it finds a website suspicious.

In this update, Chrome can also notify users if websites that are rarely visited are spam notifications. This Safety Check can be used on both Chrome Android and also on computers. In this update, Chrome's Memory Saver allows users to choose which websites they want to keep active. Users can also view memory usage on open tabs.

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