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How to change your Gmail password


Google account password is the same as changing your Gmail password.
Google account password is the same as changing your Gmail password.


Privacy and cybersecurityhave now become so important - not for just corporations and big organisations - but also for common users. The chances of a hacker gaining access to your personal details and files is really high, and many have already fallen prey to these "intruders".

Your email service is the easiest form of internet service that can be hacked into. Take the example of Yahoo's email hacking, which took place last year. Millions of email account details were accessed by hackers, and the company was too late to realise the damage that was done. However, the company did inform users at a later stage to reset their passwords.

Google, on the other hand, has a stronger security over all of its services, including Gmail, the world's biggest email client service. However, just because cyber security is high, it does not mean that your account is safe. It still requires you to change your password every now and then.

So, we take you through the simple steps of changing your password and help you keep your data safe.

Readers do note, that changing the password to Gmail changes the password to all your Google services. Google, with its ingenious minds, came up with the solution that One Login works for All Services under the Google umbrella. So, resetting your

Google account password is the same as changing your Gmail password.

Step 1:
Open your browser and head over to the Google Account Settings page, or you can click here . If you're already logged in to your Google account on Chrome, you will be redirected directly to the home page of the MyAccounts.

Step 2:
Under the 'Sign-in and security' section, click on 'Signing in to Google' to reset change your password.


Step 3:

If you have turned on Two-Factor Authentication (TFA), you will need to use the Google codes to first login again to your account. This avoids unauthorised access to your account, and you will also get to know when someone is trying to access your account.


Step 4:

Once you enter the codes and are logged in, you can proceed to enter your new account password.

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