Students Tutorial — Enable or Disable Google Chrome Browser Sync

Google Chrome web browser has a feature that automatically syncs your bookmarks, history, passwords and other settings across all your other devices. from your mobile devices to your computer and across different platforms.

Syncing your info in Google Chrome can be very helpful in that. If you change devices (like if you lose your phone or get a new laptop), you’ll get all your info back once you sign on to the new device with your account.

You can also personalize your experience with other Google services like your web and app activities. Syncing your data across devices may also pose a risk. in that if someone manage to logon to your device with your account, they will be able to see your synced data and activities.

Your priority when syncing your data should be to enable 2-factor authentication or improve the security of your devices.To get started with turning syncing on or off in Chrome, please follow the steps below:

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Students Tutorial — How to Update Google Chrome Browser

Google Chrome browser is the most popular web browser in use today. To make sure your Chrome browser is secured and protected, the latest security patches and upgrades are automatically applied to the browser installed on your computer.

New versions of the browser are also automatically installed when they are available. With these, you might sometimes notice your browser looks different when you open it. this is because of upgrades being installed while you were browsing the web.

Normally updates happen in the background when you close and reopen your computer’s browser. However, if you haven’t closed your browser in a while these updates won’t apply and will be in pending states.To update your Google Chrome browser, follow the steps below:

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