Google could soon kill the ‘Supervised User’ feature on its Chrome browser with the Chrome 70 update. As per a new commit on the Chromium Gerrit, via XDA Developers, the company is removing the feature completely in an upcoming Chrome update. The Supervised User feature is quite handy for creating Chrome users under one’s profile. A user could create browsing restrictions and modify settings for sub-profiles, making it useful for people who share a computer or for parents who want to keep their children’s internet browsing in-check. Early this year, Google had already announced that the service will be deprecated later in 2018.
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