How to Fix Chrome Keeps Logging Me Out

by Henry Roth SEO Expert

Chrome is a popular browser among users. It keeps you logged into sites and saves your time spent in logging in again and again. But what to do when you face problems like Chrome keeps logging me out. This happens whenever you sign out and sign in again. Here are some easy troubleshooting methods to overcome this problem.

Check your Cookies

Cookie settings of Chrome forces the browser to delete the cookie data. Therefore, whenever you use the browser again, the sites are not able to recognize you. To double-check the cookie settings see the steps below:

  • ·         Launch your Chrome browser.
  • ·         Type “chrome://settings/content/cookies” in the URL bar. Press Enter.
  • ·         Now a new screen will appear with various cookie management options.
  • ·         Disable the option of “Keep local data only until you quit your browser”.
  • ·         See if there are many sites that are listed under “Clear on exit”. If you find any, tap the Ellipsis icon. Select Remove.
  • ·         Remove the above steps for all the listed sites.
  • ·         Now exit the settings screen.

·         To check, sign in to any site. Close the browser and then reopen it. Open the site again to see you are still logged in or not.

Clearing the browsing data

Clearing browsing data removes the corrupt and outdated site cookies that interfere with basic browser functions. Clearing the Chrome cache will fix the issue. It is safe and doesn’t remove any of your saved passwords or data.

  • ·         Open your Chrome browser.
  • ·         Type “chrome://settings/clearBrowserData” in the URL bar. Press Enter.
  • ·         A Clear browsing data pop-up bar will appear.
  • ·         Go to the advanced tab. Click on the pull-down menu. Select all-time for the time range option.
  • ·         Now uncheck Browsing history, cookies, and other site data and Cached images and files.
  • ·         Click on Clear data.

Update your current browser

Though Chrome updates itself regularly, it is not a bad idea to check for any update manually.  

  • ·         Go to settings.
  • ·         Click on help.
  • ·         Click About Google Chrome.
  • ·         Now Chrome will be forced to check for any updates.
  • ·         In case it finds any update, the updated version will be downloaded and installed automatically.
  • ·         This will also, fix any bugs.

Resetting browser profile.

If none of the above methods is working, try resetting browser profile. It will remove some data including saved passwords and bookmarks so sync your data with your Google account before proceeding. Click Settings on the Chrome menu and select Sync.

  • ·         First of all, Exit Chrome.
  • ·         Open “File Explorer”.
  • ·         Type “%LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\” in the search bar. Hit enter.
  • ·         Change the folder label from Profile 1 to Profile1 Backup. If it is Default then rename it to Default Backup.
  • ·         Open the Chrome again. Sign in to Chrome to sync your data back.
  • ·         Check if the issue is gone or not.

Resetting Browser

Resetting the entire browser resolves issues which are mainly caused by altered settings and malicious extensions. Sync your profile data with your Google account before trying this fix.

  • ·         Go to Chrome menu and click settings.
  • ·         Click advanced.
  • ·         Now click reset.
  • ·         Click reset again on the pop-up box.
  • ·         Chrome will now run on the default settings.
  • ·         Re enable all extensions and disable unknown plugins if any.

Reinstall Chrome.

If nothing works, the last option is to reinstall chrome. This will get many things back to normal. Here also, you need to sync your data with tour google account.

  • ·         First of all, Exit Chrome.
  • ·         Open the “Apps & Features” panel.
  • ·         Click on Google Chrome. Select Uninstall to remove it from your system.

·         To remove any remaining files completely, type “%LOCALAPPDATA%’ into a file explorer window. Then press enter.

  • ·         Right click on the folder “Google” and click Delete.
  • ·         Now you will have to reinstall Google Chrome.
  • ·         Go to Google Chrome download page, download the latest version and reinstall it.
  • ·         Sign in to Chrome in order to sync your data.

Hope, you are now able to use Chrome browser and Chrome keeps logging out issue is resolved.

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