+5 votes
11 views
How to block Chromebook

in OtherDevices by (315k points)
reopened | 11 views

1 Answer

+3 votes
Best answer

There are numerous information protection mechanisms such as encrypted passwords, hiding folders, advanced protection systems and many more, but one of the simplest is to lock the computer when we are away from it, a mistake that is often made by many users is that they leave the workplace or from where they are with their computer and go for a coffee, go to their lunch break, etc., and leave the PC on..

 

This represents a security risk in ChromeBook since other people will have access to its content and things can be changed, elements removed or many other things that put the user's privacy at risk. Chromebook is a Chrome-based system with which all work is done online linked to our Gmail account, so if you are a Chromebook user and don't know how to lock your computer, TechnoWikis is here to the rescue.

 

 

To stay up to date, remember to subscribe to our YouTube channel!   SUBSCRIBE

 

 

How to block Chromebook

 

Step 1

The process is more than simple, we access the Google session on Chromebook, at the bottom we click on the network status icon and time, the following options will be activated:

 

image

 

 

Step 2

Just click on the lock icon at the top in the form of a padlock, this will block the Chromebook session:

 

image

 

 

Step 3

Simply if we want to log in again we enter the Google password:

 

image

 

 

With this simple step we have learned to block a Chromebook in a simple way and thus we will prevent our data from being compromised..

 


by (2m points)

Related questions

+4 votes
1 answer
asked 19 hours ago in OtherDevices by backtothefuture (315k points) | 2 views
+3 votes
1 answer
asked 23 hours ago in OtherDevices by backtothefuture (315k points) | 12 views
+3 votes
1 answer
asked Oct 13 in OtherDevices by backtothefuture (315k points) | 11 views
+5 votes
1 answer
asked 20 hours ago in OtherDevices by backtothefuture (315k points) | 5 views
+5 votes
1 answer
asked 3 days ago in OtherDevices by backtothefuture (315k points) | 6 views
Please leave a comment about whether the solution works or not (with device model)   [X]Close
6,014 questions
6,105 answers
193 comments
2 users