How to Remove a Google Account From Chrome

Removing a Google account from Chrome is a straightforward process. Here’s how you can do it:

On Desktop (Windows, Mac, Linux):

  1. Open Chrome: Launch the Google Chrome browser on your computer.
  2. Click on Your Profile Picture: In the top-right corner of the Chrome window, you’ll see your profile picture or initial. Click on it to open the menu.
  3. Select “Manage People”: From the dropdown menu, click on “Manage People.”
  4. Choose the Profile: In the “People” section, you’ll see a list of profiles associated with different Google accounts. Click on the profile you want to remove.
  5. Click “Remove”: After selecting the profile, a new window will open with profile details. Click on the “Remove” button.
  6. Confirm Removal: A confirmation dialog will appear asking if you want to remove the account from Chrome. Click “Remove” again to confirm.

The Google account will be removed from Chrome, and you’ll be signed out from that account.

On Mobile (Android):

If you want to remove a Google account from the Chrome app on your Android device, follow these steps:

  1. Open Chrome: Launch the Chrome app on your Android device.
  2. Tap the Three Dots: In the top-right corner of the Chrome app, tap the three vertical dots to open the menu.
  3. Select “Settings”: Scroll down in the menu and tap on “Settings.”
  4. Tap on “Sync and Google Services”: In the Settings menu, find and tap on “Sync and Google Services.”
  5. Tap on “Manage Synced Data”: Under the “Other Google services” section, tap on “Manage synced data.”
  6. Choose the Account: You’ll see a list of Google accounts associated with Chrome. Tap on the account you want to remove.
  7. Tap “Remove”: A confirmation dialog will appear. Tap “Remove” to confirm.

The Google account will be removed from the Chrome app on your Android device, and you’ll be signed out from that account.

Please note that removing a Google account from Chrome will also sign you out of other Google services within the browser, such as Gmail, Google Drive, and YouTube. If you want to use Chrome without being signed in, you can browse in “Guest mode” or use Chrome without syncing any accounts.

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