|Disable automatic sign-in to google accounts and products||123456 7||5/23/10 6:00 PM|
When I go to a gmail or blogger or picasa account, I often find myself automatically signed in. I do not want this computer to allow users to automatically see or sign in to my accounts. I NEVER check "keep me signed in to my account" for any google product and have never opted in to saving a google product password. I have tried selecting the wrench and options and privacy but it seems I delete all the bookmarks I opted to save (not that chrome offers me these options) and can opt to not have auto-fill suggestions on websites where they would be useful, but cannot stop chrome products from saving, auto-filling, and auto-accepting my passwords. I will have to stop using chrome if this is an unfixable bug. This is with the most recent version of chrome. Also, I find no way to contact google chrome help about this or any other issue.
|Re: Disable automatic sign-in to google accounts and products||124567834||11/12/10 6:23 PM|
Go to the wrench in the top right hand corner of the google chrome browser, click "options", go to the "personal stuff" tab, go to the "passwords" section, click "never save passwords", click "show saved passwords", highlight the ones you do not want to keep by clicking them, and then click remove. When you are done that, click "close" in the bottom right hand corner. Hope I helped.
|Re: Disable automatic sign-in to google accounts and products||Gloriami||4/16/11 4:20 AM|
There is no "personal stuff" tab on options, and no passwords section to click "never save passwords" I too am sick of every tom dick and harry having all my information. The time I have spent trying to get this problem fixed is ridiculous and does not speak well of Google's presumptions.