Most of us Trying to manage lots of logins and Browser tab, And not just multiple websites or services, multiple accounts for work, home life, our hobbies and much more. And even with that in mind, you can open dozens of tabs or keep multiple windows for each task, consider a feature that your browser has long-baked that might help: user profiles
Think of profiles as a separate identity that can change between you as they collect all common browsing data, passwords, bookmarks, your browsing history and keep them in separate buckets. Probably the most obvious way to use these is one for work items and one for personal staff, but there are other uses as well.
If more than one person in a family shares a computer, profiles are a great way to keep everyone away from browsing. However, considering how easy it is to switch from one profile to another, if you don’t want any privacy or protection, it’s probably a better idea to use a separate account on Windows or MacOS. But nothing is stopping You From using multiple profiles to keep things organized
Here’s how to get profiles that work on Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge and Mozilla Firefox. Still, the feature is not available on Apple’s Safari.
Click the profile icon in the upper right corner to add a new profile to Chrome – this will depend on how your browser is set up (it shows your current Google Account avatar when you sign in) but to the left of the three dots in the main Google Chrome menu ‘L.
Click Add To start the process of creating a new profile: You will be asked to give the new profile a name and you will need to select an image from the gallery provided You’ll then get a new Chrome window without any history, or bookmarks or anything else – it’s like installing Google Chrome again for the first time.
You don’t need to link any Google Accounts to this profile, but you can: just click the profile button again (top right) and choose Turn on sync. After you sign in to your account, you can get all the passwords, browsing history and other data associated with this Google Account. This data is stored locally if you do not sign in.