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Google Chrome Logging You Out? Here’s How to Fix the Problem

If you’re experiencing issues where Google Chrome is logging you out, here’s what you can do to fix the problem.

Wouldn’t it be annoying to have to re-enter your credentials every time you open the Chrome Browser? Certainly. While Chrome is known for its speed, simplicity, and usability, you may encounter certain bugs.

One common issue you may experience in Chrome is when the browser logs you out every time you close it. Here are a few fixes that you can try to resolve this issue.

1. Checking Chrome Sign in Settings

Google Chrome has a feature that allows you to disable signing in to the browser. For those who cannot sign in or are constantly logged out of Chrome, proceed to the steps below to determine whether this feature is turned off.

  1. Click on the three vertical dots in the top-right corner.
  2. Go to Settings from the dropdown menu.
  3. Navigate to Sync and Google services option.
  4. Turn on the Allow Chrome Sign-in by dragging the toggle to the right.
  1. Once done, tap on Relaunch to apply the changes.

If the problem persists despite Chrome sign-in option being enabled, proceed to the next fix.

2. Turn On Cookies in Chrome

Chrome won’t remember your sign-in information unless you enable cookies. A cookie not only allows websites to remember your login information, but also keeps track of your shopping cart and other abandoned purchases.

Chrome may log you out if you don’t have cookies enabled in your browser. You can check that by following these steps:

  1. Tap on three vertical dots at the top right and go to the Settings in Google Chrome.
  2. On this page, navigate to Cookies and other site data.

If the cookies are already enabled in your browser, tap on Cookies and other site data to open up general settings for cookies. Here, make the following changes:

  1. Toggle off the switch right next to Clear cookies and site data when you close all windows.

Check whether you have mistakenly added one or more sites in Sites that can never use cookies or Always clear cookies when windows are closed options located at the end of the Cookies settings page.

Lastly, make sure your antivirus is not deleting cookies after every scan. Try disabling your antivirus and logging into any website to see if your browser retains any information this time. Change your antivirus or tweak your antivirus settings if that’s the culprit.

3. Turn Off Chrome Sync

When you enable the Sync option in Chrome, you can sync your bookmarks, history, auto-fill information, and login credentials for various websites. You can then access your synced data on any device using the same account.

Chrome might not be syncing your account if it is losing your login information or if it is not keeping it consistent across different devices that are using the same account.

This is how you can turn it on:

  1. Click on three vertical dots in the upper-right corner.
  2. Go to Settings and tap on the Turn on sync.. option.

4. Turn Off Your Chrome Extensions

It’s also possible for extensions to interfere with browser processing, although this is rare. If you use a security or privacy extension, it likely logs out your account when the browser is closed.

Try turning off particular extensions from Chrome, or if the problem persists and you don’t have too many extensions installed, try disabling them all.

  1. Tap on three vertical dots in the top-right corner.
  2. Navigate to More tools > Extensions.

Slide the toggle to the left to turn the extensions off manually

5. Updating Chrome Version

You could be vulnerable to malware if you are using an outdated version of Chrome, so this might also be the reason Chrome is logging you out. Try updating your browser once to see if that fixes the problem.

You can check if your browser has been updated by following these steps.

  1. Click on three vertical dots and navigate to Help > About Chrome.
  2. If Chrome is updated, you’ll see a message “Google Chrome is up to date”.
  1. If a new update is available, tap on Update and relaunch the browser once to execute the changes.

6. Resetting Chrome

If none of the above fixes has worked, reset Google Chrome once. By resetting the browser, all settings are reset to default. Be sure to enable sync and cookies settings again if resetting Chrome turns them off.

Here is how you can reset Google Chrome.

  1. Click on three vertical dots in the top-right corner.
  2. Navigate to the Settings from the dropdown menu.
  3. Scroll down and expand the Advanced settings at the bottom of the settings window.
  1. Tap on Restore settings to their original defaults.
  2. Tap on Reset Settings in the popup window.

Most of the time, resetting the browser resolves the problem. If you do this, your browsing history and bookmarks will be erased, and your settings may be reverted, so back up your data before you reset the browser. Also, go through all major settings once to make sure they are correct after you reset Chrome.

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