If I disable this feature, it means that Google no longer collects this information and links it to my account, or does it just mean that Google doesn`t give me access to this information via my account? Google Chrome is awesome! and I hope that new tools for the fast browser will be added lately. the company really dominates the web phase. I hope it will be for the best, as always. Their ability to collect this information and associate it with me over the months and years depends on the fact that I am logged into my Google account during the day (especially web history). In recent years, I have not been able to help me see any serious efforts to make this a reality. A clear effort was the igoogle homepage. Another was the addition of the gchat module on the left side of my email. Another was the toolbar that was added to the top of my account when I logged in to gmail. Since Google continues to create more products, I can`t help but feel that their impressive efforts to develop great products will be paid in dividends if individuals stay connected to their accounts for a more substantial part of the day.
This allows Google to learn more about their browsing habits. Improved technology will also improve the ability to aggregate this information in a meaningful profile. Mordd, since the browser was released under an open-source BSD license, you or others can verify that Google does not. If it`s too much trouble, you could sniff your network connection to check that Chrome isn`t sending anything shameful to Google. If you want to know more about the communications between Chrome and Google, I wrote a full article on the blog: www.mattcutts.com/blog/google-chrome-communication/ While it`s nice to be able to go back and look at the websites and emails I`ve visited/received over the past 2 years, I don`t think Google`s motivations for this service are just to remind me of where I`ve been. I guess this information helps them create a profile of me so they can provide more targeted and successful ads. Hello Matt, it`s nice to see that EULA is changed to English. The German version is not – > www.google.de/chrome/eula.html Pro-Tipp: The real companies make sure that they use license agreements, which relate to the thing conceded.