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Yesterday I crashed my Windows 7 when I attempted to install debian in another partition. Today I reinstalled Windows 7 by repartitioning and reformatting the hard drive. After reinstalling Chrome I noticed it retained all my previous bookmarks and settinbs. How can that be? Does Chrome keep that somewhere in a cloud? I didn't do anything other than reinstall Chrome a few minutes ago.

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Yes,chrome IS in the cloud.The chromebook only memory is RAM for example.But you need to be logged in, it's on google's servers.

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Your chrome bookmarks, passwords and other data are synced with your google account. That way, you can still access your data in another computer, provided you log in your account. I think they are planning on integrating android browser data into that sync as well (or they already have, and I haven't heard about it xD).

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