When you turn on site isolation, Chrome offers more security protections for your browser.
Chrome will load each website in its own process. So, even if a site bypasses the same-origin policy, the extra security will help stop the site from stealing your data from another website. Learn more about site isolation.
- On your computer, open Chrome.
- In the address bar at the top, enter
chrome://flags/#enable-site-per-processand press Enter.
- Next to "Strict site isolation," click Enable.
- If you don't see "Strict site isolation," update Chrome.
- Click Relaunch now.
- Memory: Site isolation will increase Chrome's memory use by approximately 10%.
- DevTools: Chrome Developer Tools don't fully support cross-site iframes with site isolation.