Chrome has grown to become one of the most widely used web browsers on any platform. Be it smartphones, tablets, laptops or even desktop PCs, Chrome is everywhere. But with such a wide outreach come a slew of bugs and glitches, which need to be addressed from time to time.
One of the most irritating bugs in the Chrome browser is one where the user just gets logged out of all sites, every time the browser is closed. This means, every time the browser is opened, the user has to log back into every site. If you have been facing these issues with Chrome, this tutorial is for you.
Let’s take a look at how you can fix this issue with Chrome –
- Alright, so before we begin, if you are someone who does not use the Chrome browser and wants to try it out, you can download it from this link.
- Now, for those who have the Chrome browser and are facing the issue mentioned above, let’s begin.
- First, open the Chrome browser and in the address bar, enter this –
- You will now see the cookies settings of Chrome and here, we need to make sure that the Keep Local Data Only Until You Quit the Browser option is disabled.
- Scroll down the list and make sure there are no sites listed under the Clear on Exit list. If you do find something on the list, just click on the three-dot icon on the side and click on the Delete option from the drop-down.
- Once you have done this, exit the browser, reopen it and open any of the websites you have previously visited. Log in if you have to and make sure you allow the browser to remember the password. This will ensure that the next time you visit the website, the browser will remember the details without an issue.
Now, by chance this method does not work, here is an alternative –
- Open the Chrome browser and in the URL bar, enter this –
- This will open the Chrome browser settings and you will see a Clear Browsing data pop up.
- Uncheck the boxes next to Browsing History, Cookies and Other Site Data, and Cached Images and Files. After doing this, click on Clear Data.
- This will clear all data from the browser and in a way, reset it.
- Now, close the browser, reopen it and open any of the websites you use and login to the same.
- Again, make sure you allow the browser to remember the password. This will allow the browser to keep you logged in even after you close the browser.
If neither of these methods work out, the last alternative is to reinstall the browser. Uninstall the Chrome browser, and reinstall it from scratch once again.