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How to Enable Guest Mode on Chromebook

The Guest Mode is a handy feature to give your Chromebook to others. It allows you to share your Chromebook with others without giving access to your emails, images, browsing history, and more because of its close connectivity with your Google account.

Here we will discuss how to enable Guest Mode on Chromebook. The guest mode is recommended for a casual user, not for a regular user. You can add a regular user on your device if you want to. For that, check our guide on; how to add a new user account on a Chromebook.

How to Enable Guest Mode on Chromebook

Now let’s see, how we can enable the Guest Mode on our Chromebook.

By following the steps mentioned blow, you can easily enable a Guest account on your device.

Step 1: Click on the “App Launcher” and select the “Settings” application. You can also open “Settings” from the quick settings panel.

Accessing Settings on Chromebook

Step 2: The settings window will appear. Select the “Security and Privacy” tab on the left of your screen. Then from the right of your screen, select the “Manage other people” option.

Security and Privacy Settings

Step 3: On the next screen, you will find an option to enable the Guest mode. To enable it, turn on the toggle next to “Enable Guest Browsing” on your Chromebook.

Option to Turn ON Guest Mode

Step 4: To access the Guest account. First, turn on your Chromebook to access the login screen. If you are already logged in, click the “Sign Out” button on the quick settings panel.

Red Arrow Pointing to Sign Out Button

Step 5: You will get the Login Screen. Click the “Browse as guest” button to access the guest account on your Chromebook. Now you’ll be able to use the Chromebook in Guest mode. You won’t see any of the files saved in the other user accounts.

Enable Guest Mode on Chromebook

Step 6: Once you have finished. Select “Quick Setting Panel” and then select “Exit Guest.”

Annotation Showing to Exit Guest Mode

Note:- In guest mode, your history or files won’t be saved. If you needed files, don’t forget to save them to other storage devices.


That’s it; this is how you can enable guest mode on your Chromebook. You can also check out our Chromebooks troubleshooting guide if you are new to Chromebook and Chrome OS.

I hope this Chromebook guide was helpful to you. If you liked the article, share it with your friends. If you have some suggestions or doubts, do not hesitate to leave them in the comments section. We are always there to assist you.

Ajoy Kumar
Ajoy Kumarhttps://thechromeguide.com
I love using Chromebook. So, I created TheChromeGuide.com to share my knowledge of ChromeOS, Chrome and Chromecast.
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