How To Fix Chrome Signs Me Out When The Browser Is Closed Issue

For quick access and not to repeat the same task of logging into websites, many users set the settings in such a way that it should not ask for sign-in whenever you exit and re-launch the browser. But a few Chrome users face the issue of keeping logged in always. That means once they exit the browser and when they try to use it again, Chrome asks for sign-in. This is frustrating for a few users and the reasons for this issue could be different like corrupted cookies, changes in the Chrome settings, etc. In this article let us see the different methods to solve the “Fix Chrome Signs Me Out When The Browser Is Closed” issue. Each device is different and the reason for the issue will also be different, so try out the below different methods and get it solved.


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Method 1: Disable Clear The Cookies When You Close All Windows Option

 

Step 1: Open the Chrome browser and at the top right corner click on 3 dots

Step 2: From the list, click on Settings

 

Settings

 

Step 3: On the left side, click on Privacy and security

 

Privacy Security

 

Step 4: Expand Site settings which is on the right side by clicking on it

 

Site Settings

 

Step 5: Click on cookies and site data

 

Cookies Data

 

Step 6: Scroll down and find clear cookies and site data when you close all windows. Disable it by clicking on the toggle bar beside

 

Clear Cookies


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Method 2: Enable Allow Chrome sign-in

 

Step 1: Open the Chrome browser and at the top right corner click on 3 dots

Step 2: From the list, click on Settings

Step 3: Click on sync and Google services option

 

Sync Google Services

 

Step 4: Enable Allow Chrome sign-in by clicking on the toggle bar beside it

 

Allow Chrome Signin

Method 3: Clear The Cache And Cookies

 

If the cache data is corrupted, sometimes you might be signed out of the browser. So clear the cache data and check if the issue is resolved. Once you have cleared all the cache you might be asked to sign in for the first time.

Step 1: Open the Chrome browser and at the top right corner click on 3 dots

Step 2: Click on Settings

 

Settings

 

Step 3: On the left side click on Privacy and security

 

Privacy Security

 

Step 4: Click on Clear browsing data

 

Clear Data

 

Step 5: Select the time range from its drop-down and click on the checkbox beside Cookies and other site data, cached images and files to select it

Step 6: Click on the clear data button

 

Cleardata

 

 

Method 4:  Update The Google Chrome

 

Step 1: Open the Chrome browser and at the top right corner click on 3 dots

Step 2: Click on Settings

 

Settings

 

Step 3: On the left side, scroll down and click on About Chrome

 

About Chrome

 

Step 4: Chrome will automatically find if there are any new or latest updates. If so it will install the updates and keep the chrome up to date and ask for browser relaunch. Relaunch the browser and check if the issue is solved.

 

Chrome Uptodate

 

Method 5: Enable Allow All Cookies

 

Step 1: Open the Chrome browser and at the top right corner click on 3 dots

Step 2: Click on Settings

 

Settings

 

Step 3: On the left side, click on Privacy and security

 

Privacy Security

 

Step 4: Click on cookies and other site data 

 

Cookies Data

 

Step 5: Click on the radio button beside Allow all cookies

 

Allow Cookies

 

Method 6: Reconnect Your Google Account From Chrome

 

Step 1: Open the Chrome browser and at the top right corner click on 3 dots and select Settings from the list


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Step 2: Click on the Turn off button. Now you will be logged out from Chrome and other Google sites

 

Turn Off

 

Step 3: Relaunch Chrome. Again click on 3 dots at the top left and go to Settings.

Step 4: Click on the sign-in again and add your Google account details to sign in to Chrome. Now on, when you close Chrome, you will not be logged out.

Method 7: Reset Chrome

 

Step 1: Open the Chrome browser and at the top right corner click on 3 dots and select Settings from the list

Step 2: From the left side click on Reset and clean up

 

Reset

 

Step 3: Select Restore settings to their original defaults

 

Restore Settings

 

Step 4: Click on the Reset settings button

 


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Reset Settings

 

 

That’s it! I hope this article is helpful and let us know which of the above methods helped you to resolve your problem. Thank you!!

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