Many websites request a browser to share the user’s real location before they load content. To safeguard your privacy, this guide will teach you how to disable geolocation sharing on your browser.
1. Select the Chrome Menu Button (⋮ or ≡)
2. Select Settings.
3. Scroll down and select Advanced.
4. Under Privacy and Security, select Content settings…
5. Navigate to the Location section.
6. Click the slider for Ask before accessing (Recommended).
1. In the URL bar, enter about: config.
2. You will see a This might void your warranty warning. Click I accept the risk!
3. In the search bar, enter geo. enabled
4. Double click on the geo. enabled preference so that the value becomes false
Microsoft Internet Explorer
1. Select the Gear Icon
2. Select Internet Options
3. Select the Privacy tab
4. Under Location, check the box for Never allow websites to request your physical location
5. Next to the box for Never allow websites to request your physical location, select Clear Sites to remove old sites which have access to your physical location
1. On your Windows 10 Desktop, hit Win + A to open Action Center
2. Select All Settings > Privacy > Location
3. Click the Location Service slider to turn it off
4. Scroll down to Location History
5. Under Clear history on this device, click Clear
1. Select Safari in the top left corner of the browser
2. Select Preferences…
3. In the Privacy tab, under Website Tracking, make sure Prevent cross-site tracking and Ask websites not to track me are checked
1. In the URL bar, enter about:config
2. On the left-side menu bar, select Websites
3. Scroll down to Location and select Do not allow any site to track my physical location
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