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The “IFs” that Tell You to Download and Use Google Chrome


If you are just a light computer user or if you are a student (excluding computer or tech majors) going through high school or college then the most you will be using your computer for will be just to create and edit with office applications such as document and spreadsheet editors, plus the Internet browser you will be using to access the web.

If you are a fan of Google products then you will know that the office suites each have their own free versions online that Google lets you use for free. This includes word and spreadsheet editors, plus a presentation editor much like the popular Microsoft product – PowerPoint.

If you have no qualms with storing all your office and business files online then it would logical for you to install Google’s official browser, which is Google Chrome. If you are accustomed to storing all your files on the cloud then perusing Google’s web browser will make things easier for you.

If you login to your Google Chrome browser you will have the option of storing your favorite browser settings online. This will allow you to pull your settings when you are on the go and you find yourself using a computer that is not yours.

Using Google Chrome will place all the power of Google’s suite of productivity tools at the simple click of your mouse or tap of your screen. In effect you will have all that you need in one place removing clutter and chaos and allowing you to become more productive and more focus. Two vital components that will help you succeed in your endeavors.

Google Chrome with their extensive repository of plugins and extensions will be difficult to replace with once you have been accustomed to the leverage the browser provides.

If you are still undecided, try to learn about Firefox and Chrome a bit more.

1 Comment
  1. Mike Kane says

    Chrome is great! I use it with Bookmark OS

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