How To Stop Google Chrome From Asking Me To Sign In

If you are frustrated by Google Chrome constantly requesting you to log in upon each launch, you are not the only one. This feature can be bothersome for many users, particularly if they do not want to synchronize their browsing data with a Google Account. However, do not fret! It is effortless to deactivate this prompt. In this blog post, we will walk you through the straightforward process of preventing Google Chrome from prompting you to sign in.

Step 1: Open Google Chrome Settings

Firstly, open Google Chrome. On the top right corner of the browser, click on the three-vertical-dots icon to open the menu. Then, select Settings from the dropdown list.

Step 2: Access Sync and Google Services

In the Settings page, scroll down to the ‘You and Google’ section and click on Sync and Google services.

Step 3: Disable ‘Allow Chrome sign-in’

Under the Sync and Google Services section, you’ll find an option that reads ‘Allow Chrome sign-in’. By default, this option is enabled. To stop Google Chrome from asking you to sign in, simply toggle this switch off.

Chrome (Settings) -> Sync and Google services -> Allow Chrome sign-in (Toggle OFF)

Once you’ve done this, close and reopen Chrome to ensure that the changes take effect.


And there you have it! By following these simple steps, you can stop Google Chrome from constantly asking you to sign in. It’s always good to have control over your browser’s behavior, and Google Chrome provides you with the flexibility to modify its settings according to your preferences. For more such handy tech tips, stay tuned to our blog.