How to get rid of device tracking in Google Chrome?

Matthew N. Henry

Google Chrome is a very popular web browser, and most internet users browse different types of websites through it. But many times the websites that are opened using Google Chrome can collect various types of important information about the user.


Apart from collecting data or information, sites can also monitor users’ devices, browsing history, and more. These may occur due to the browser’s default tracking feature. But do you know that you can get rid of browser tracking? Let’s take a look at it and get rid of the device tracking in Chrome.


How to get rid of device tracking in Google Chrome?


How to get rid of device tracking in Google Chrome?

In fact, different types of websites collect different types of user information to improve their understanding of users. Various websites then use that information for their content, services, advertising, and various offers. To opt-out of Google Chrome’s tracking feature, users can send a ‘Do Not Track‘ request to Google Chrome.



To send the “Do Not Track” request from the desktop, first of all, open Google Chrome from your laptop or desktop. Then click on the three-dot option in the top right corner of the browser. Select the Settings menu item from the various options available there.


Then follow the steps as mentioned below:

  1. Click on the ‘Privacy and Security‘ option from the navigation items present at the left.
  2. Now click on the ‘Cookies and other site data‘ option.
  3. Then click on the ‘Send a do not track request with your browsing traffic‘ option.


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