In this guide, we will be talking about Google Chrome’s Safety Check feature. 28th January is marked as Data Privacy Day. Data privacy day is celebrated around the world, aiming to raise awareness among internet users about the importance of the safety of their data. Google has updated Chrome’s safety check feature, which is now much better thanks to more personal features. Google Chrome's Safety Check Feature As a part of their latest commitment to online safety, Google has now updated the Safety check feature. Users now get more personalized recommendations and constant reminders related to information and data you have posted and shared on various websites. The update also brought in the option to review websites that send too many notifications to users. Apart from these new features, older features also exist, which include options to control weak passwords, dangerous extensions, safe browsing, and harmful content in files that you downloaded. This option is available on desktop and mobile versions of Chrome. In order to access Google Chrome’s safety check, tap on the three dots icon on the top right of the interface, go to Settings and tap on Privacy and security. In this menu, there are other privacy and security features available as well. You can follow the given step-by-step instructions which allow you to review key privacy and security controls concerning history syncing, improve your searches, block third-party cookies, and get browsing protection. Also read: Set up Google Authenticator on your Android phone Apart from these, users also get the option to clear their browser data. This can be done by simply typing ‘clear browsing data’ in the address bar. Also, Google has now added the option to lock incognito sessions on your device, which can later be accessed by biometric authentication. So that was it from our side on Google Chrome’s safety check feature. We hope you found this guide helpful. Let us know what you think in the comment section below.