Sync your Google data on Chrome
Tuesday, November 22, 2011/
You probably work on a couple of different computers – one at work and then one at home. Maybe you’re using more, so it’s difficult to keep all your browser information synched up.
But if you’re using Chrome, then it becomes a little easier.
To sync your data, open the settings option in Chrome, and then head down to the option that says “sync Google data”.
There, you’ll be told to enter your Google account information. After that, you’ll be able to decide which data you want to sync – bookmarks, passwords, etc.
Then, when you sync your data across different browsers, all your information will remain intact.
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