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By signing in to Chrome with your Google account, all of your browsing information, settings, bookmarks and tabs can be saved to your Google account and synced across multiple devices.

You'll also be automatically signed in to any of the Google products you use, such as Gmail and Google Drive.

To sign in to Chrome with a Google account, open Chrome, then click the Chrome menu in the upper right of your browser toolbar and select "Settings." Click the "Sign in to Chrome" button, then provide the email address and password for the Google account you'd like to use.

Or, if you do not yet have a Google account, you can create one using the link below.

Click "Sign In." Next, confirm your sync settings by clicking "Ok, sync everything," or by clicking the "Advanced" link to customize your sync settings.

Click the dropdown to "Choose what to sync," and use the checkboxes to indicate exactly which information you want, and don't want, synced to your account.

Below, you can opt for additional security through encrypted data and an encrypted passphrase.

When you're done, click "OK," or use the link to the left to use the default sync settings.

Note that you'll be able to access your advanced sync settings at any time in your Settings page.

Account1. A record of a user in an application; 2. the highest level of management in AdWords where an advertiser controls their administrative settings to be applied to every level below.BookmarkA saved Web address or website item for quick access in the future.SettingsA user's specified parameters for a browser, social network, or other application; browser settings include homepage and security, whereas account settings on web applications or social networks include email notifications, various aesthetic options and privacy options.Tab1. A sub-window within a parent window; "tabbed browsing" allows users to open many different websites in the same window; 2. a navigational element of many sites including Facebook Pages which allow a visitor to switch between a site's sections while seeing all available sections grouped at the top or to the side. SyncA feature that keeps data in multiple locations or machines identical.GmailGoogle's email and contact management service.Click1. The pressing of a mouse pointer on a link; 2. a tracked metric of users that click on a specific element.BrowserA program through which one navigates the Internet.EmailElectronic mail; a system where a message is composed and sent via the Internet to be read by another person in a different location.Email addressThe combination of a username and a domain which designates the location of a person's unique email inbox.PasswordThe letters, numbers and symbols used to gain access to an account on certain websites and mobile applications; an ideal password is eight characters in length and contains letters, numbers and symbols.LikeAn endorsement of a product or service, piece of content or post. The term was made popular by Facebook and now can be found on a variety of Web applications that both use "Likes" within their own site and push them to Facebook.NoteA formattable and publishable word processing feature in Evernote that lets users quickly and easily record text and media while browsing the Web.Chrome4924Access your Chrome Data on Any Device
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