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You may be seeing a new “managed by your organization” message in Chrome.
On a work computer, your device or account administrator (like your IT department) can set enterprise policies that change the behavior of Chrome (e.g. adding bookmarks to important web apps and intranet sites). When policies like this have been set on your browser, you'll see notices saying Chrome is "Managed by your organization".
On a home or personal computer, third-party software may have set a Chrome enterprise policy, which can create notices saying Chrome is "Managed by your organization".
- In most cases, the software setting these policies is safe. For example, an application may use a policy to integrate more seamlessly with Chrome.
- When this happens, Chrome will display the "Chrome is being managed by your organization" message to you, ensuring that you're aware that Chrome's behavior is being modified by someone other than you.
If you see these notices unexpectedly, open a new tab and navigate to chrome:policy, which will tell you which policies are being applied.
- For example, you may see an extension added to Chrome by your password-management application, or other software you trust.
If any applied policies look suspicious, you can find further help for removing unwanted software in the Chrome Help center. As always, you can report malicious software to our team.
You can learn more about the change in our Enterprise release notes, and learn more about why you may be using a managed Chrome profile here.
Craig, Chrome Community Manager
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