@sgunhouse yes but it does not keep the setting between pages, and I will seen desktop version.
@leocg you should take a dictionary! It's not the general opinion. Even google's one, and not a specialist of privacy!
"Chrome wants to kill browser user agent strings, cites compatibility and privacy concerns
A win for privacy? Google plans to scrap user-agent string in Chrome
Google plans to improve privacy by deprecating user-agent strings on Chrome The change will make it harder for ad companies to track individuals online.
Indicate your OS, hardware, browser, version... is private, as your address, the name of your cat, the model of your car, your name, everything about YOU is private because it's about you.
Here it's even a way to identify you, it's important to hide it and be more general like Firefox does.
More a security hole than a bug if you prefer.