Before we get started, a quick word on Chrome to save you some time.
Because Google juggles the Chrome browser, the Chrome OS, and Chromium OS, terms can grow a little confusing.
The Chrome operating system is a unique OS that is most often found in the lightweight Chromebooks and Chrome computer sticks.
This is easy to confuse with the open source OS, which is a free OS project that began when Google opened up Chrome’s code to create a big user base of free software for Chrome across a variety of devices.
Having problems on your Chromebook, Chromecast, or other Chrome OS device?
We’ve got all the major problems that Chrome users have come across, and the solutions that make them go away.
Fortunately, Google Chrome lets you sync your bookmarks and extensions so you don't have to add or transfer them to your other computers. Follow these three quick steps for enabling sync on Google Chrome.
(Optional) Step 4: Enable syncing in Google Chrome on your other devices, such as computers, phones, or tablets.
Again, tap the three-dot button in the upper corner, then tap “Settings.” At the very top of this menu, you should see your name and “Syncing to This will display account-specific settings. Again, I roll with “Sync everything,” but you can disable this to pick and choose what you’d like—just make sure “Bookmarks” are enabled. With all that done head back into Chrome’s menu on mobile, then select “Bookmarks.” It should automatically open to “Mobile Bookmarks,” but you can access the rest of your bookmarks by opening the hamburger menu on the left side.
Once you've set up Chrome, your customisations will be kept in sync across all of your devices.
Start customising Browse just the way you like with Chrome themes, apps and extensions.
With that out of the way, pick your problem from the list below, or click on the next page to get started!
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