Google Chrome 16 Stable with Multi-User Sign In Released
The Google released Chrome 16.0.912.63 to the Stable Channel for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome Frame. Chrome 16 contains some improvements including enhancements to Sync and the ability to create multiple profiles on a single instance of Chrome.
Signing in to Chrome
Signing in to Chrome lets you take your Chrome stuff with you, so you can always have your personal Chrome experience on all of your devices.
When you’re signed in to Chrome, changing something on one device instantly changes it on all your other devices. For example, add a bookmark on your laptop, and it automatically appears on your desktop, so you can always pick up right where you left off.
To sign in to Chrome, just go to the Wrench menu and select “Sign in to Chrome.” But if you share a computer with other people, you don’t want your bookmarks, apps, and extensions getting mixed up with everyone else’s, and you don’t want your Chrome stuff syncing to all their devices.
With this Stable channel release, you can now add new users to Chrome. Adding new users lets you each have your own personal Chrome experience, and lets you each sign in to Chrome to sync your stuff. To add a new user to Chrome, go to Options (Preferences on a Mac), click “Personal Stuff,” and click “Add new user.”
Keep in mind that adding new users to Chrome isn’t intended to secure your data against other people using your computer, since it just takes a few clicks to switch between users. Chrome is providing this functionality as a quick and simple user interface convenience for people who are already sharing Chrome on the same computer. To truly protect your data from being seen by others, please use the built-in user accounts on your operating system of choice.
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