The page located in the "My account" → "Preferences" section includes general Multilogin app preferences as well as different settings for the fingerprint builder that are applied to your browser profiles by default. This article describes the available values and how you can alter them.
Global application settings
In this section, you can select the following values:
- App language: English, Russian, Chinese
- App optimization settings: select which websites you plan to work with
- Profile update warning: enable or disable a pop-up on every profile update
- Help widget: easily start a chat with support right from the app
Browser profile default settings
In this section you can enable or disable passwords, bookmarks and browser history saving for your profiles.
Screen resolution settings
The values you set here will determine the screen resolution (window size) of your browser profiles. The system will automatically select the value between Minimal and Maximal settings during profile creation.
- Native is your original screen resolution (check your computer's screen parameters for Windows and Mac). If you work in a team, it should be the smallest screen resolution in your team
- Minimal should be something you are comfortable to work with
- Maximal should not be bigger than Native
Default browser type
Here you can set which browser type will be selected by default.
- Mimic is built on Chrome
- Stealthfox is built on Firefox
Choosing between the two is a matter of your personal preference. If you work with Google Ads, however, we do recommend using Mimic.
Default languages for Mimic and Stealthfox
If you would like your web pages to be in a specific language, you can select it here: click "Edit" → search your language → drag and drop it at the top of the list on the right. If a web page is available in the selected language, it will be used to display it.
While the "Strict mode" feature limits the diversity of fingerprints, it helps mitigate certain browser fingerprinting vectors. For example, if Mimic core version is 90 but the newest Chrome version is 92, normally you will be getting fingerprints for versions 89 – 92. However, with the Strict mode turned on, you will only get fingerprints for the 90th version.