The existence of the Google account provides us not only the opportunity to enjoy using the Gmail service, but also YouTube, Blogger, GoogleDocs, and many others. In addition, we can take the advantage of the account and synchronize our Google Chrome browser with it. If you use Google Chrome browser, you probably have a lot of bookmarks already, or you set a theme of the browser that you like and more. Now, since we have a Google account, all these settings will be stored there and we can’t lose them, for example, if the operating system fails. Just log in your browser with Google account and all settings will be automatically loaded from your account. Let’s how to synchronize data in Google Chrome.
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How To Synchronize Data In Google Chrome
You will be prompted to log in to your Google account, with username (email address) and password, after the installation of Chrome browser.
If we have not synchronized the browser, the login screen will appear each time you start Google Chrome.
Enter your email address and password, then click on “Login” button.
From that moment, all of our bookmarks, passwords, and other settings will be synchronized with our account. In the upper right corner of the browser on the home page, the email account will be displayed.
If you log in with the same login details on another computer with Google Chrome, all settings will be automatically loaded and you’ll get access to your bookmarks.
If users of the same computer have individual accounts on the computer, Google Chrome settings will be also individual – each user has the ability to customize everything. All these settings will be saved in the user profile.
If all computer users are working on one account in Google Chrome browser, you can add additional users and switch between them if needed. Accordingly, the configuration of each user will be loaded.
To manage users, you must go to your browser settings: < Menu < Settings and at the top of the new screen you will see “Sign in” section. Click on link “Advanced sync settings” and there you can specify what kind of data you want to synchronize. By default, all settings are synchronized, but you can disable the ones that you don’t need, just uncheck the settings that you don’t want to be saved.
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