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Logging into Google vs. Chrome

Logging into Google vs. Chrome

Sometimes, the “ease of use” inherent with Google’s products can be confusing. ¬†Particularly when it comes to logging into your Chrome (browser) and the Google search engine (assuming you have a gmail account).

It’s well worth the 2 minutes it takes to understand the difference between the Chrome browser (which now has the lion’s share of the browser market) and the Google search engine. ¬†Using both in tandem can produce big productivity gains; but not understanding how these two services interact can also generate concern, agitation, and frustration — not to mention calls for “HELP!” from the nearest IT person.

Rather than re-invent the wheel, here’s a short, easy-to-follow youtube clip that explains the differences and shows you how to navigate both products:

UPDATED APRIL 2018 – In addition to the YouTube clip below,
here’s a link to an easy-to-understand explanation from Google’s own forum.

 

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