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Google Chrome has become a one stop program for almost all of your computer needs. If you were to log your most frequently used programs on your computer, what would rank in your Top 3. Based on what I have seen, from myself and others, your Chrome Browser is probably number 1. Think about it, what do you do with your laptop when it is NOT connected to the internet?

Chrome works so much better when you are logged in to your Google account. Logging in essentially allows you to use any computer like a Chromebook.

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Log into a Chromebook and your whole Google world is at your fingertips. Mail, Drive, bookmarks, and extensions are suddenly a click away, and you never need to enter another password again.

This is part of the magic of Chromebooks, and what makes them so powerful in our schools. ... But many of us aren’t using Chromebooks at home--or even in class--and it’s important to have consistent access to these features. More and more, I’m realized that many don’t know that this feature isn’t just on Chromebooks but on any device with Google Chrome.

On your home PC, Mac or any other computer, you can log in to the Google Chrome browser to sync your Google account to the browser. This will connect your bookmarks, extensions, passwords, and more. With a few clicks, your empty toolbar can look like this:

Now whether you’re at home, at school, or anywhere else, your preferences are consistently accessible. Logging into the Chrome browser is the first thing I do when I turn on a computer. Then, anything and everything I do is saved and synced across all of my devices.

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