Disabling Auto-Sign in on Chrome: A Step-by-Step Guide

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Automatically signing into an account can be a time-saving convenience, particularly when you’re pressed for time and every second counts. However, there may be occasions when you prefer not to remain signed in for various reasons.

As a Chrome user, unless you disable the feature, automatic sign-ins will persist. The upside is that turning it off is a simple process, and you can then choose when to sign in to your account.

How to Turn off Auto-Sign in on Chrome for Windows

To disable the auto-sign-in feature on Chrome, follow these simple steps. Firstly, open the browser and click on the three dots. From there, select “Settings” On the left-hand side of the page, you’ll see a list of options, among which is “You and Google” This will be the first option on the list, and you should click on it.

In the “You and Google” section, scroll down to “Other Google services.” Here, you’ll find the option to “Allow Chrome sign-in” To disable the feature, simply toggle the switch to the off position. Once done, you’ll be able to access other Google services without having to sign into Chrome. That’s all there is to it!

How to Disable Auto-Sign in on Chrome for Android

To disable the auto-sign-in feature on Chrome for any Android device, follow these steps. Firstly, open the browser and tap on the three dots at the top right-hand corner. From there, select “Settings

Next, tap on the “Passwords” option, and you’ll see the “Auto sign-in” option at the top of the list. Simply tap the toggle switch to disable the feature, and you’ll be in control of when you sign in to your accounts on Chrome for Android. As with the desktop version, disabling auto-sign-in on Chrome for Android is an easy process.


Whether you’re using a computer or an Android device, disabling the auto-sign-in feature on Chrome is a quick and straightforward process that takes less than a minute. Whether you choose to turn off the feature temporarily or permanently depends on your preferences and the context of your use.

If you value convenience and time-saving and trust the security of your device and accounts, you might choose to keep the feature on. However, if you’re concerned about privacy, security, or sharing your device with others, you may prefer to disable the feature permanently or only turn it on when necessary.

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Mohamed SAKHRI

my name is Mohamed SAKHRI, and I am the creator and editor-in-chief of Easy Tech Tutorials. As a passionate technology enthusiast, I have been blogging for some time now, providing practical and helpful guides for various operating systems such as Windows, Linux, and macOS, as well as Android tips and tricks. Additionally, I also write about WordPress. I am currently 35 years old.

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