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1/25/18
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Debbie Kearns

I always get logged out of all websites every time I exit Chrome 64!

Something is very wrong!  I updated Google Chrome to version 64 yesterday, but when I exit Chrome after logging in all websites, I ALWAYS get logged out of all of them when I re-enter Chrome!  Not even checking in "Keep me logged in" could help!  This is so stupid!  When will the "not keeping logged in" issue be fixed?!  I'm thinking of reverting my Chrome update back to Chrome 63! :(
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Syed Maruf
1/25/18
Syed Maruf
Me too!

Facing same issue with
Version 64.0.3282.119 (Official Build) (32-bit)
redcatjack
1/25/18
redcatjack
Also having the same issues, downgraded back to Chrome v63 and it fixed it.
Pryka Iluvatar
1/25/18
Pryka Iluvatar
Same problem.

After update to 64 it's signing me out from websites.

You can also write about that here - https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=795827 so the devs can see the problem.
1/25/18
Original Poster
Debbie Kearns
So I downgraded Chrome to version 63 by uninstalling and reinstalling it, but whenever I restart Chrome, I keep getting told that Chrome is not the default browser.  Maybe I can clear the browser data and fix it, huh?
Kcin Loc
1/25/18
Kcin Loc
Same issue here, started happening today right after update I assume.

Windows 10 Pro (Version 1709)
Version 64.0.3282.119 (Official Build) (64-bit)


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Craig - Chrome Community Manager
5/22/18
Craig - Chrome Community Manager
Hey all,

As shared back in February, an update has been released that addresses the bug that caused this behavior to appear.

If you are still encountering this behavior, it is likely due to a different issue (even if the behavior appears the same).


Thanks again!
 
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