Gmail is a free email service powered by Google most known for being accessible via webmail, as well as via POP3 or IMAP4 protocols.
Because of the easy access to it and the fact that it was integrated into the Google services suit alongside other similar web services like Google Drive, Gmail has grown to become one of the main email providers in the world.
One advantage is that Gmail addresses are compatible with most of the world’s email clients, such as Yahoo, Outlook, or Mailbird, so you can take advantage of their service without fear of interferences.
Another advantage of their web-based approach is the lack of system interferences that you would normally associate with downloadable desktop clients.
That being said, most Gmail issues can simply be fixed by addressing common browser issues instead.
🛠️ Common issues and questions regarding Gmail
- Gmail notifications aren’t working in Chrome
- Gmail not syncing with Windows 10 calendar
- Gmail loads slow or got completely stuck
These are just some of the most common issues users have been asking around about Gmail. For more guides on the topic, go ahead and check out our website’s dedicated Gmail Fix Hub.
However, if you’re not interested in Gmail, but rather its alternatives, simply check out the articles form our Email section, because there are plenty of them.