Browser Lock is an extension for Google Chrome that lets you set a password to restrict access to your web browser. If you’re worried about other people using your computer to access your email, social media, and other sites, this add-on could be a lifesaver.
Setting up a password for your browser is a great way to prevent unauthorized users from accessing your personal information.
You can prevent unauthorized users from accessing your Google Chrome browser by installing the Browser Lock extension.
The first step after installing the add-on is to register for an account. If you’ve forgotten your password, you can have it sent to you via email as part of the account recovery process.
Enter your email address, set a password, and click “Save.”
When you’ve finished setting up your account, Chrome will take you to the page where you can configure your extension.
The extension’s primary function, password lock, and the option to have your forgotten password emailed to you are both enabled by default in the settings.
Depending on your preferences, you may enable or disable features such as “Deep Security,” which lock your browsers after three unsuccessful login attempts. If this feature is enabled and three failed login attempts occur, it will lock the browser for three minutes.
You can also enable “Dark Mode” for Chrome and instruct Google Chrome to delete its history after three failed login attempts.
Key Features of Browser Lock:
- Lock the browser when it starts.
- Use the context menu to lock the browser.
3.Protect your browser with a password.
4.Change your password easily.
- Dark mode.
6.Recover your password with your email.
7.Clear your browser’s history after a failed login.
- Multi language
Download the extension by visiting the Google Chrome Web Store : https://chrome.google.com/