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How to Disable Automatic Logins on Google Chrome

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While you are in this section of the settings, you may also wish to disable the automatic log-in function. This feature allows you to sign in to Chrome whenever you sign in to a Google site such as Gmail. If you do not want to use this feature, you can disable it here. Now, on your desktop computer, I’ll guide you through the process step by step.

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How to Disable Automatic Logins on Google Chrome

If you don’t want Chrome to sign you in automatically to your local Chrome account whenever you sign in to a Google site, you’ll need to disable Chrome’s automatic logins in the browser’s settings.

1. In the upper right-hand corner of the Chrome window, click the icon that looks like three vertical dots. Next, choose Settings from the menu that displays.

How to Disable Automatic Logins on Google Chrome

2. Navigate to the right-hand side of the page and look for the heading that reads “You and Google.” After finding it, click on the link that says “Sync and Google services.”

How to Disable Automatic Logins on Google Chrome

3. Go to the section labelled “Other Google services,” and then click on the toggle switch that is located next to the option labelled “Allow Chrome sign-in.” This will prevent automatic sign-ins for Chrome.

How to Disable Automatic Logins on Google Chrome

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