The great thing about using Google Chrome is that you can access multiple accounts at once. Google chrome synchronize all your connected account automatically which create problems for some users. However, Google has the option to “Pause” the synchronization or delete your unnecessary account. So do you want to know how to prevent Google from syncing your Chrome profile with a Google Account when you sign in or remove a fully synced account? This is especially true if there are specific accounts on your Google Chrome that you no longer use, such as old school or company accounts.
If you sign in to your Google Account, you will also be signed in to your Google Chrome user profile. However, this is not ideal. You may want to change your web accounts regularly, but keep your Chrome profile separate. Fortunately, it is very easy to remove your account from syncing with Chrome when you log in. See how to remove a Google Account from Chrome and prevent Chrome from automatically logging in first.
Why is my Google Account linked to my Chrome profile?
If you’ve ever used an Apple product, you know that most of its products are associated with an Apple ID. Google products work in the same way that a single Google Account is used for Chrome bookmarks, Google search history, YouTube suggestions, and more.
As part of this link, Chrome automatically tries to link to any Chrome profiles that are not already signed in to a Google Account when you sign in to Google Web. By synchronizing your Chrome profile, Google is trying to keep your history, and your bookmarks, and more accessible across multiple devices.
- You do not need to have a Chrome profile associated with any account. In fact, you can create multiple Chrome profiles that are offline or linked to different Google Accounts if you prefer.
- If you prefer offline Chrome profiles, you must first stop syncing Chrome with Google.
- Disable automatic Google Account logins in Chrome.
How to Stop “Other Google services” synchronization Google Chrome
Chrome, by default, will automatically sync an unwanted Chrome profile with a linked Google Account. To stop it, you need to disable this process in Chrome settings.
• To get started, open Chrome and tap the settings menu icon in the upper-right corner. From there, click on the Settings option.
• This will load the Chrome Settings Menu into a separate tab.
• Click on the “you and Google” section.
• Click on the “Sync and Google services” option.
• In the “Other Google Services” section, tap the slider next to Allow connection to Chrome composition.
• Once the slider is gray, the setting will be deactivated.
This will prevent Chrome from automatically connecting to Google Chrome when you have access to Google services such as Gmail or YouTube on the web.
How to remove a Google Account from Chrome
If you’re already signed in to a Google Account in a Chrome profile, or if Chrome automatically linked your Google Account to a Chrome profile, you’ll need to remove it.
• To do this, open Chrome and tap the profile icon in the upper right corner. This will appear as either an image or an icon, depending on your profile settings.
• In the Profile menu, tap the Manage Button.
• A list of Google Chrome profiles will appear as cards. To remove a Google Account from Chrome, tap the settings menu icon in the upper right of your profile card.
• In the drop-down menu that appears, tap the Remove this person option.
• Once clicked, the Chrome profile associated with your Google Account will be removed.
Use Multiple user Profiles in Google Chrome
To create a seamless user experience, Chrome automatically syncs your Google Chrome profile with your Google Account. Now that you know how to remove a Google Account from Chrome, it may be convenient for you to keep your Chrome profiles offline. You can also use multiple Chrome profiles to separate your business and home life.
This, of course, if you are still happy using Google products. If you switch to Apple or just want to start over, you could delete your Google Account permanently.