Stop Google Crash Reports from sending personal information

Stop Google Crash Reports

The extensive user base allows Google to obtain valuable information about its flagship browser – Chromium via Google Crash Reports. This information is then used by the developers to continuously monitor their performance and improve if necessary. In addition, new feature requests, bug reports, and other updates tend to make the browser more user-oriented. But there is a problem here! In all of this, Google also searches for personal information about its users. Fortunately, there is a way to disable this behavior.

Prevent reports on Google collisions from sending errors, collisions and other information

Google itself notes

"Allow Chrome to send us automated reports helps us prioritize things to fix and improve in Chrome."

These reports may include events such as Chrome blocking, the amount of memory used, and some personal information.

In addition, it also discloses details such as,

  • Payment information and passwords
  • Extensions you have installed
  • The web page you visited at the time of the accident
  • The operating system, the manufacturer and the model of your device
  • The country where you use Chrome and more.

If you do not want to send information in a blocking report, follow these steps:

  1. Open Google settings
  2. Shut down & #39;Automatic sending of usage statistics and incident reports to Google"

1) Open Google Settings

Launch the Google Chrome browser, click on the menu (visible as three horizontal dots) and choose "settings'From the list of options displayed.

2) Disable automatic sending of usage statistics and incident reports to Google

Under & & #39;PeopleSection, expand theSync and Google Services'Menu.

Then scroll to locate the option with the following description –

'Help improve the features and performance of Chrome. Automatically sends usage statistics and error reports to Google & #39;

If necessary, you can also check the information you have authorized to send to Google in the event of a browser crash or crash. To do this, enter the following code in the address bar of a new tab – chrome: // plant.

NOTE: If you have disabled the feature or that no problem has occurred, the reports folder may be empty.

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