Turn off location on google chrome

How to turn off location on google chrome

It is easy to track your activities while you are using the internet on a mobile phone, desktop, or laptop. If you turn on location someone will track your locution. If you don't want to turn on your location on google chrome here we know how to turn off location on Google Chrome and individual websites, and how to reactivate the ask-first option in the browser if you've turned it off. 

1. Open Google Chrome.

2. Click on three-dot menu at the top right of the screen and select the Settings.

3. When google chrome settings open click on Privacy and security.

4. Under privacy and security settings click on Site settings.

5.  Under Permission click on Location.

6. Click on Ask Before Accessing.

7. Now Blocked your Location.

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Unknown said…
Yeah, that doesn't work. Google still uses what it thinks my location is according to my IP address to deliver me crap in other languages.