Video: Chrome OS login options
Chrome OS will provide three basic options: signing in to an existing Google account (Apps for domains accounts are supported), create a new account, or browse without signing in.
Take the jump to check out the videos of the different login options!
Browse without signing in
Want to jump on an unfamiliar Chrome OS computer? Or maybe you just want to do some Incognito surfing on your own machine -- either way, browse without signing in makes it possible.
Create a new account
If you don't already have a Google account, you'll need a way to set one up on Chrome OS, right? Here's how that works...
Sign in to an existing account
If you've already got a Google account, log in with it and all your sync data will be automatically pulled down to your Chrome OS machine. Because I'm having some sync trouble with my system today, I won't be sharing a video. Picture this: it's the same process as browsing without a login, except, obviously, that you'll need to enter your Google credentials.
Once logged in, Chrome OS will automatically pull down any profile data (bookmarks, theme, etc.) that you've previously synced via Google Chrome.
Stay tuned, I'll have more video and screenshots throughout the week!