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Gmail Desktop browser

You can log into your Gmail account through the desktop browser. Gmail is compatible with all known browsers, including Firefox Mozilla, Opera, Chrome, Internet Explorer and Safari. To ensure a smooth sign in, make sure you have a fast internet connection and always open your mail on a secure computer which is free from malware.

Secure your computer by installing a reputable antivirus software like McAfee, Malwarebytes, AVG, Kaspersky, Bit-Defender and Webroot Secure Anywhere. If you are using a public computer like the one in an internet cafe, college library or hotel, you should make use of a protective device like the FIDO U2F Security Key or a location-independent antivirus solution that allows you to sign in safely on any location. This often protects you from phishing attacks that mimic the authentic Gmail sign in page. To sign into Gmail, go to:

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Google Mail Mobile

You can also log into your Gmail account through your mobile device. The email system can detect your device and load a mobile version of Gmail accordingly. The email service is compatible with a wide range of mobile devices, from standard gsm phones to smartphones which include popular devices like the iphone, android phones, blackberry and windows phone.

If you are on a desktop browser, you can also switch to the mobile version by going to the following URLs:

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To sign into your Gmail account, you will need a password and Gmail address. This address is in the form You have to choose a strong password that cannot be easily guessed by anybody. To generate a strong password, mix different characters that are available on your keyboard. Open your notepad or MS Word, and randomly type in your characters. Include letters, numbers and symbols.

You can also use an online password generator to create strong passwords, but make sure that you only use a secure password generator from a reputable antivirus provider like Norton.

Never share your password with anyone, and do not store it on your computer. It’s much safer to keep your password on a notebook, that way it will be kept safe from malware that might attack your computer, and anybody who uses your computer will not have access to it. Another disadvantage of keeping your password on a computer is the risk of your password being found when your computer is stolen.

To prevent anyone from signing into your account in the event of your password being discovered, cracked or stolen, you should enable 2-Step Authentification.Gmail provides a 2-Step verification system to stop any login attempts when your account is compromised. You will be required to verify your account through your mobile phone. A temporary non-reusable code will be sent to your phone, and you have to enter this code on your mobile device to access your account.


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