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Browser Synchronisations, Tracking Across External Sites, User Data Collection and Privacy Basics

Most popular browsers today allow you to synchronize across multiple devices. This enables you to view sites that you have visited and open tabs across your various devices like desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones. This also enables you to do things like working with tabs seamlessly from your laptop to your tablet or finding a page that you were looking at on your smartphone, on your laptop.
By default, if you are signed in on Chrome, your history is available across devices. You can make this selective which will mean that the history of only those sites whose web address you keyed in, in your Search bar, is available across devices. You can also choose to clear your 'History' or browse without saving your 'History'. Similarly, if you don't want to sync 'Tabs' from one device to another, you can choose to turn this off.
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