Get started with Chrome & ChromeOS device management

As a business or school administrator, you can deploy enterprise or education features for Chrome users across a range of devices.

Manage Chrome & ChromeOS devices

Here's how you can manage Chrome and ChromeOS devices in your organization:

Manage Chrome

From your Google Admin console, you can manage Chrome at no extra cost across:

  • Windows
  • Mac
  • Linux
  • iPhone and iPad
  • Android devices

You can also check:

  • Reports for each browser's version
  • Installed apps and extensions
  • Enforced policies

If you use Chromebook and want to manage Chrome from your Admin console, you can sign up for Chrome Browser Cloud Management at no extra cost today.


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Manage ChromeOS devices

From your Admin console, you can manage policies on ChromeOS devices like:

  • Chromebooks
  • Chromeboxes
  • Chromebits

You can also:

  • Install apps and extensions
  • Connect devices to your VPN and Wi-Fi networks
  • Manage other Chrome features

If you already have access to the Admin console through other products like Google Workspace, please launch your Chrome Enterprise Upgrade trial directly in the Admin Console.

If you’re new to the Admin console, please launch your Chrome Enterprise Upgrade trial.

Tip: If you’re already a Google Workspace for Education user interested in a trial, contact your sales representative or authorized partner for further information.

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Enforce 300+ corporate policies

Whether you manage Chrome browsers or ChromeOS devices, or both, you can enforce a wide range of policies:

  • Allow or block apps and site URLs
  • Enforce privacy and security policies
  • Install and manage business apps and extensions
  • Manage Chrome auto-updates

For more details, go to Understand Chrome policy management.

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Try Admin console in Google Workspace or other Google product

You can either:

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