Google Chrome is the web browser supported by Google. This is the Google Chrome icon:
Your Google account also lets you log in to Google Chrome and save your bookmarks, search history, and favorite settings to your account. Whenever you log in to Chrome on any computer, everything will look the same and you will have access to everything you need.
From Start Menu:
From desktop icon:
When the application launches for the first time, you will an option to set Chrome as the default browser. Click Set as default.
Whenever you open Chrome in the future, you will see the New Tab page, which includes a Google Search Box in the middle.
You can type in what you are looking for into the search bar.
The common elements of Chrome are numbered below:
1. Omnibox. This is the search bar and the address bar all rolled into one. Chrome knows if you are searching for a specific website or would like to do a more general keyword search, so just type whatever you are looking for in this box.
2. Tabs. You can click the partial tab at the end of the row to create a new tab. Each tab is a separate web page, and you can switch back and forth between them by clicking the tabs.
3. Navigation tools. The forward and back arrows will help you navigate the path of websites you visited while that tab was open. If you click a link you didn't mean to click, you can click the back button to return to the site you started with.
4. Chrome Menu. These three lines will open the menu that will let you sign in to your Chrome account, manage bookmarks, etc.