Question about gmail.com
Can't be my name Steven Shankland or dob 1975 ,could you help me
Posted by Anonymous on
Not sure exactly what your question is. I think you are asking what "case sensitive" means. If so, it means that whatever password you choose (except for your name or dob), if you use uppercase letters in it, then you must use those same uppercase letters when you log in.
For example, if you create a password like this: paSswoRd, then when you go to log onto your site, you will need to fill in your username, and then your password---"paSswoRd", and not "password" or PASSWORD.
Hope this answers your question.
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