Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Google Update

As you all know, technology is becoming more and more mobile, and as such browsing on the web has become much more mobile as well. Below is a way to sync your web browsing and take it anywhere you go. Shown below is an example of how to sync your Chrome account.

Google Chrome allows you to sync your browser data with your Google account. To set this up,
click Chrome’s menu buttonand select 

You can control which browser data is synced by opening the Settings screen and clicking Advanced sync settings under “Sign in”. By default, Chrome syncs your apps, autofill data, bookmarks, extensions, omnibox history (address bar history), passwords, settings, themes, and open tabs. Chrome encrypts only your passwords by default, but you can optionally encrypt all synced data. You can also set a separate encryption passphrase, if you like.

Alternatively, you can click on the “Choose what to sync” at the login screen pictured below to get to this same screen.

This is just a brief instruction on how to do this in Chrome.. The great thing about syncing is it allows you to always have your favorites and such anywhere you go regardless of the device.

Below is a link to learn how to do this in many other browsers as well:

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