The world is in a transition, and Google Authentication has become a tool of convenience for most of us.
This week, however, it is a powerful tool for getting online.
And the good news is that it can be used to get online for free.
Google Authenticator is a Chrome extension that adds Google Authentications URL to Chrome.
This URL can be entered into an extension to sign in with your Google account.
It can also be used in the Chrome Web Store to sign up for free and access your Google Accounts.
The Chrome extension is installed automatically and it will show up in the Extensions page of your browser.
If you have not already installed it, click on the Chrome extension icon at the top of your Chrome window.
If you are new to Chrome, it can help you get started with Google accounts.
You can sign in to your Google accounts with your username and password, which you will use to sign into your Google Account on a web page or in a browser tab.
The extension will also add your Google authenticator URL to your Chrome browser.
Here’s how to do it.
Step 1: Launch Chrome by clicking on the icon at top right of your screen.
Click Settings, then select About Chrome.
Click Add Extension.
If the Add a button appears, click Add.
Step 2: In the Add button, select Google Authenticator from the list of extensions.
Step 3: Click Next.
Step 4: Choose the type of extension you would like to install.
For this example, we will be installing the extension called Google Authenticating.
The extension will be installed on your computer, so you need to allow it to run on your local computer.
Step 5: Select the URL you would prefer to sign-in with.
If Google Authenticates will not display your Google login, click OK.
Step 6: Enter the URL and click Next.
Your Chrome browser will now show a sign-up screen.
You should be able to sign out using the link provided.
If this is the first time you have used Google Authenticated, click the sign-out button.
If not, click Next to continue.
Your Google account will now have been signed in and you will be able sign into it.
This is your first time using Google Authenticate.
Your password will now be displayed in your Google Chrome browser as well.
Step 7: Now that you have signed in, click Continue.
Your account will be displayed with your password displayed at the bottom.
You will be prompted to confirm your password.
If prompted to accept the offer, click Yes.
Google will now ask you to confirm whether you would rather receive an email or text message when signing in to Google Authentiating.
You need to click Yes to confirm.
This process will take some time, so click Yes when prompted.
If it takes longer than 5 minutes, it means that your account is still locked in.
Once you confirm that your password has been changed, your account will have been unlocked.
If your Google password is not correct, you will have to enter a new password.
Click the Google Authentiation button in the top-right corner of your Google browser to open a new page with the new Google Authentican text-only password.
You will now see a confirmation message that reads “Your password has already been changed.”
You can now sign out.