Switching between Chrome browser profiles is easy. But, like all trivial internet tasks, it can somehow become a chore. Or, worse, all too easily forgotten about. Especially if you're just about to open a link you don't want popping up in, say, your corporate browsing history. An update to Google's testbed Chrome Canary browser lets you open links as any user logged in, not just the one you're currently using. Right click, "Open Link as..." and your sneaky peek at that bacon fat popcorn recipe, won't show up in your vegan partner's browser history (if you're sharing a laptop).