Google announced a new feature for Chrome that allows users to turn antivirus off or turn on auto-protection.

The feature, which Google calls auto-automation, will appear in Chrome for Android, a browser that’s used by millions of users.

It’s called Chromium, and it uses an AI system to determine what features are most important and how to automatically remove them from the browser.

Chromium is also called Chrome-only, and that means that if you don’t use Chrome on a regular basis, you won’t be able to see it in the Settings menu.

Chrome users can opt to have the auto-powered features turned on by default, which will only work on Chrome for desktop.

Google says that auto-enabled features can be turned off at any time.

But if you turn them on in the future, you’ll have to do it at the time you start a new web page, for example.

Auto-enabled Chrome features have been around for a while now.

Google’s auto-disabled features are used by other browsers as well.

For example, in Opera, Chrome’s default browser, you can turn on features like Google Drive, Google Drive Cloud Drive, and Google Drive Premium by default.

And in Internet Explorer, you’re able to turn these features off by using the Disable Autofill feature.

While Chrome’s Auto-enabled feature has a bit of a rocky history, it seems like it’s gaining traction as more people turn to Chrome for their devices.

Google isn’t the only company to offer Chrome for phones, though.

The popular web browser Mozilla is offering Chrome for mobile phones with a similar auto-driven feature called Auto-On.

The feature is available for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone.

Other browser manufacturers like Microsoft have also started offering Chrome on mobile phones and tablets, with Windows Phone 8.1 and Firefox OS currently being the most popular.