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Topic # 151360 22-Aug-2014 19:29
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I just checked my Chrome browser bookmarks and search history. 

It looks like I have - at some point - used Chrome on someone's PC to access a file I needed in Gmail....and acccidentally allowed the login to be persistentn ("stay logged in").

So now I can see this person's history in my own Chrome browser history, under their PC name.

My problem is....I travel around doing training in NZ and Australia...and I have NO IDEA where this PC is.

How can I boot it off my Google account / Chrome sync?

I don't want it there.

Anyone know?   




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  Reply # 1113724 22-Aug-2014 20:52
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not sure if this will help but you can try chrome settings




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