Every Google Chrome user should click this button now

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I know that a lot of you use Google Chrome. Despite its faults — I’m talking about how it devours RAM — it’s a good browser with a great ecosystem of extensions.

And it’s pretty secure.

But you can do your bit to make it more secure.

Like clicking the Safety check button.

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So, where’s the Safety check button? The easiest way to find it is to type this into your address bar and hit enter:

chrome://settings/safetyCheck

Alternatively, you can go into Settings and click on Security and Privacy and then click on Check now on the right-hand

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