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Creating separate profiles in a Web browser can serve a variety of purposes. For example, one profile can be used for work and another for play. This helps you to distribute your tasks according to your wishes. Browsers like Google Chrome are able to create and manage separate profiles. The advantage of this feature is that you can access multiple profiles while logging into different accounts. Google Chrome now has The Profile Manager enabled by default. Let’s see how you can turn it off if you feel you don’t need it.
This Chrome Browser feature is a convenient way to juggle multiple Google Accounts on a single computer. It adds a new menu next to the title bar buttons that allows you to manage all users in Google Chrome. When you browse the Internet as a guest, the mode does not record visited websites in the browser history and does not store any personal information or cookies on your computer.
If this option is enabled, a new avatar menu will appear in the title bar of the main chrome window. Click the menu option to display a list of Google Accounts that have logged into Chrome Profile Manager.
Open Google Chrome and type chrome:////flags/ in the address bar and press Enter.
This opens the extended configuration page.
Now press Ctrl+F to launch the search field and enter the following into the search field:
Enable new profile management
You are directed to option – Enable new profile management system.
This setting turns the new profile management system on or off, including profile logout and the new Avatar menu interface.
Select Off from the drop-down menu to turn it off. It is enabled by default in Chrome, since the last versions.
You will be prompted to restart Chrome. Click the Restart Now button.
You can also create profile-specific shortcuts to load them immediately. Command -no-remote -P profile name loads the chrome profile name into a new instance, opening the chrome window independently of other open browser instances.
Right-click the Chrome Browser shortcut on the desktop screen and select Properties from the list of displayed options.
Then find the target field under Link and add the line at the very end. Remember to specify the spaces between the end of the path and the command. For example: C:Program Files GoogleChromeapplicationschrome.exe -P testprofile -no-remote.
The confirmation action loads the chromium profile test profile into a new instance.
The feature is very similar to private/incognito browsing in web browsers, except you also have the ability to quickly switch between Google user accounts via the Windows menu.