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How To Make Your Facebook Profile Picture Private or Non-Clickable

Last updated on October 13th, 2019 at 08:08 pm

How To Make Your Facebook Profile Picture Private or Non-ClickableIf you are worried about your Facebook privacy then making your Facebook profile picture non-clickable or private is best way to maintain your Facebook profile  photos’ security.Once you do your Facebook profile non-clickable than no one can click on your Facebook profile picture to view it largely.So this post will help you for make your Facebook profile picture unclickable or private.

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1.Login into your Facebook account.

2.Now click on your profile pictureclick on profile pick3. In the new pop up your current Facebook profile picture appear on your screen now click on Edit buttonclick on edit button

4.Now click on little globe along with image publishing date and then select the settings to Only Me.

click on only me5. Now click on  finished editing and that’s it.Your Facebook profile picture is now non-clickable.You can use the same settings to each image to make any of your personal image private.

Thus you can make your Facebook profile picture non-clickable or private.

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About Sameer

I'm Sameer Bille, a blogger from Mumbai, India. I started MuchTech as a passion.Here at Much Tech I write about Tech Tips,Tricks and how to guide.

4 comments

  1. Quite useful information. These days sharing photos with ‘public’ option is not at all safe…

  2. Yes… you are right,some times unwanted people can use your public photos elsewhere so its better to make photos private on Facebook.

  3. This was a.wonderful piece of information. How do I prevent random strangers from liking my posts

  4. Thank you. I will write about how to prevent random strangers from liking my posts soon. keep visiting.

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