Yesterday, I saw some chatter online stating that Chrome will be supporting fingerprint readers. However, when I opened my Chromebook, which is running the developer build, I couldn’t find this new security capability.  I spent some time looking around and found out where it is.  Here is a quick tutorial on how to set up the fingerprint feature.

Make sure that you are running the developer build.

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  1.  Go in to your browser and type chrome://flags, and find the fingerprint feature.screenshot-2017-02-21-at-9-01-15-am
  2. Change the drop down menu from Default to enabled.
  3. You will be prompted to restart.screenshot-2017-02-21-at-9-01-44-am
  4. Go to settings and find smart lock under that menu you will find enable fingerprint.screenshot-2017-02-21-at-9-08-09-am
  5. If you have a USB fingerprint reader, give it a try.screenshot-2017-02-21-at-9-10-14-am

 

 

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