Sign In to Google Chrome Browser on Windows 7

Edited by Lukward Thomason, Melissa Rae, Eng

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    Start off by opening the browser
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    To open the browser, double-click on the icon if it's on the desktop, or open it from the task bar. In this case, I am going to open it from the task bar. Click it once and wait for the window to load.
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    Once it's loaded, go to the settings
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    To do so, click the button with three lines in the upper-right corner of the screen. Click it once, and then go to "Settings".
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    Once the settings are open, locate the "Sign in to Chrome" button
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    Click it once and an additional window will open.
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    Type your email address and password, and then click the "Sign in" button and wait for it to load
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    A message will appear that says "You're now signed in to Chrome"
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    To close it, click the box in the upper-right corner that says "OK, got it".
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    Once you're signed in, any bookmarks or pages will be saved and available for other devices that use Chrome
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    This concludes the tutorial on how to sign in to the Google Chrome web browser on Windows 7
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Categories : Windows | Browser

Recent edits by: Melissa Rae, Lukward Thomason

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