Saturday, 28 July 2012

Sync Your Browser Data Using Chrome Sync

Chrome SyncEver wanted all your bookmarks, browsing history and saved passwords follow you wherever you go? Then you’ve got it! Google Chrome has this wonderful feature. Now with the Chrome Sync feature you can use your bookmarks, saved passwords and browsing history from anywhere in the world just like the way you use it on your computer back home.

Getting Started With Chrome Sync

To start using chrome sync feature, you should have a Google account (if you don’t have one, getting one is not a big deal). If you have a Google account then the only thing you have to do is to sign into chrome sync from your Google chrome browser.

Step 1: Go to the options menu which can be found at the top-right part of your Google chrome browser window. Select the option “Sign in to chrome”.

Chrome Sync how to

Step 2: Enter the username and password of your Google account and then click sign in.

Chrome Sync Sign In
Now all your browsing data, bookmarks, saved passwords will be securely stored in the cloud. Don’t worry fellas! Google won’t show this to anyone. Now you can access your bookmarks and others data on any other computer by simply signing onto Google chrome.

Tip: You can manage multiple accounts on the same computer by using the “Add New User” optin which can be found by just typing this on to your chrome address bar : chrome://settings/personal.
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