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Making Chrome your default browser in macOS

When you first launch Chrome in macOS, you should see a prompt like the one below to set Chrome as your default browser, which Tech Department recommends. ![][1] If you did not see that prompt, or want to change your default browser to Chrome, follow the steps below: 1. On your computer, open Chrome 2. In the top …

How to modify your pop-up settings in Safari

A pop-up is a window that suddenly appears (pops up) when you select an option with a mouse or press a special function key. Usually, the pop-up window contains a menu of commands and stays on the screen only until you select one of the commands. It then disappears. Some of these pop-ups are disruptive advertisements …

How to Update Google Chrome

Chrome will check and install updates without any interaction from you, but if you want to make sure you are on the latest version, follow the steps below: **1. Click on the 3 dots in the top right-hand corner** ![][1] **2. Click on "Help", and then "About Google Chrome"** ![][2] **3. You will see ONE of the mess…

How to modify your pop-up settings in Chrome

A pop-up is a window that suddenly appears (pops up) when you select an option with a mouse or press a special function key. Usually, the pop-up window contains a menu of commands and stays on the screen only until you select one of the commands. It then disappears. Some of these pop-ups are disruptive advertisements …

Signing into Google Sync to Synchronize your Google Chrome Data

When you sign in to Chrome Sync, your info is saved to your Google Account so you can get it whenever you need it. You can see and update your synced info on all your devices, like bookmarks, history, passwords, and other settings. If you change devices (like if you lost your phone or got a new laptop), you'll get all…

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