Do you loss your browser data every time when you re-install a browser or format your system? Do you have a lot of bookmarks in your browser? So, you want to protect your browser’s settings for sure. Or may be you need your browser data and settings at two or more different devices simultaneously. You can improve your browsing. How could you do that:
What does a Browser Contain?
A browser contains these following data, which you may need at any time while surfing:
- Browsing history
- Saved autofill form data
- Download history
- Other site and plug-in data
- Saved passwords
- Data from hosted apps
How this Data can be Protected?
In order to protect your data, you need to synchronize. Synchronizing means you need to sign in with browser. Most of the latest browsers provide the feature to synchronize your data. In this article I will concentrate on Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome.
How to Sync with Google Chrome?
To sync data with Google Chrome you have to follow the below steps:
- Go to settings tab in top right hand corner.
- There is an option named Sign in to Chrome. Click on it. A new window will open for signing in with Gmail account.
- If you have a Gmail account then sign in using it, else create a new Gmail account and sign in.
- Your data will be synced now.
- Now you can sign in using this email id at any device on google chrome.
Note: When you change your password of Gmail, you will need to sign in again into browser to sync the data continuously.
How to Sync with Mozilla Firefox?
To sync data with Firefox browser, you need to follow the following steps:
- Go to Options>>Options.
- Select Sync tab.
- Set up Firefox sync.
- Sign up there.
- Wait for a few moments.
- Your data is synced now. You can sign in using this information on other Firefox browsers.
This is how you can sync.