Many users on the Internet, in particular, Google Chrome users, are trying to solve the issue of saving their browser settings. After reinstalling the system, changing the PC or similar actions, I would like to have Chrome immediately ready to work in the form in which it was left earlier. Google developers have taken care of this, and the function of saving user settings is implemented at the highest level.
Google Chrome settings on a computer
First of all, you need to understand where the settings are located in the Google Chrome browser. To open them, you need to find an icon with three horizontal stripes in the upper right corner and click on it. A menu will open in which you need to select the "Settings" item.
The settings window that opens will contain a huge number of options that you can change at your discretion. It is here that the appearance of the program, security is configured, the default search is set, new users are created, etc.
If we talk specifically about saving settings in the browser, then everything is quite simple here. The engine is designed in such a way that after changing any parameter, the settings just made are automatically saved. This allows you to turn off the browser, restart the computer, then turn it on again and all the settings made will be in the position in which you left them.
In other words, in order for the browser settings to be saved, it is enough to simply change them in some way. In addition, the settings can be reset to the standard state. For this there is a special button "Reset browser settings". It can be found by clicking the Show Advanced Settings button.
Saving settings on the Internet
To save all the settings made when reinstalling the system or browser, or use them on another computer, you must use a Google account. In this case, all personal settings, including bookmarks and extensions, will be saved on the Internet.
If you already have mail from Google, just go to your browser settings and click the "Sign in to Chrome" button. Then enter the mail name and password. Synchronization settings will open. You can synchronize all settings, or select only some specific ones from the list by placing checkboxes. So, you can synchronize standard browser settings, themes, extensions, tabs, passwords, browsing history, autocomplete, applications.
Below you need to specify the encryption parameters. This is an optional feature that helps protect all of your data from being accessed by third parties. There is possible encryption using Google credentials, or using some kind of passphrase. When using a passphrase, you must be extremely careful, because having lost or forgotten the specified word or phrase, Google will no longer be able to remind you of it and the synchronization will have to be reset.