Install a user agent switcher on Chrome (and derivatives) - Random User Agent
In this guide, you'll learn how to install Random User Agent on Chrome (and derivatives), an add-on to periodically change your browser's user agent and make it harder for trackers to fingerprint you.
When you access a website, your browser sends a string called the User Agent containing your browser's name, operating system, and other technical metadata of your device. Unfortunately, this metadata is often abused by trackers to build a fingerprint of your system and uniquely identify you throughout the web. To limit the efficiency of fingerprinting you can install a random agent switcher which periodically changes your browser's user agent, making it harder to uniquely identify you.
Warning: Using an agent switcher may cause some pages to display incorrectly or not at all. To prevent this behaviour, we show how to disable the extension in such cases.
Like any other add-on, install Random User Agent by visiting the Chrome Web Store and clicking on Add to Chrome (Fig. 1) and then clicking on Add extension when prompted (Fig. 2).