Is Google Chrome a good browser for both work and personal use?
bralphye 1 year ago
Let me clarify - I use the Chrome browser both at home and at work. I log into the browser so I have access to all the same bookmarks and setting where ever I am. Welcome to the future, and all that. Google made some changes to Chrome, and now I am wondering if the IT department at my office will have access to my browsing habits and history when I am away from the office. I can just stop signing in, but I like having the same bookmarks and settings where ever I go.
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