Logo used from the start of the Chrome project until March 2011 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Google Chrome has supported multiple user accounts for years now, but the options to add and manage them have been buried in the browser’s settings. In fact, if you actually navigate to the proper section (Hit the menu button, choose Settings, and scroll down to “Users”) and add a few users, you can’t actually switch between them from there.
Google is toying with a complete revamp of the user account system in its browser, clearly borrowing a lot from Chrome OS.
- Google brings Chrome OS’ user management system to latest Chrome builds (thenextweb.com)
- Google Brings Chrome OS User Management To Chrome (tech.slashdot.org)
- Chrome browser may soon be much more like Chrome OS (slashgear.com)
- Google Launches 64-Bit Version of Chrome Canary Browser for OS X [Mac Blog] (apple4ladies.com)
- How to Enable and Use Guest Browsing Mode in Google Chrome (technorms.com)
- Chromecast And Enabling Incognito Tabs (ubergizmo.com)