If someone no longer uses your Chromebook regularly, you can remove their account.
- On the Chromebook sign-in screen, select the profile you want to remove.
- Next to the profile name, select the Down arrow .
- Select Remove this user.
- In the box that appears, select Remove this user.
When you remove an account, it’s only removed from the Chromebook. The Google Account itself, including its data and settings, will still exist.
Fix problems removing accounts
You might be using a Chromebook that’s managed by an administrator, like at your work or school. To get help removing accounts, contact your administrator.
The first Google Account that is used to sign into a Chromebook usually becomes the owner account.
To remove the owner account, you'll need to erase everything on your Chromebook. Learn how.
If your Chromebook is running low on space, the profile that hasn’t been used the longest will be removed from your Chromebook automatically.
If this happens, the Google Account itself, and any data and settings synced with the account, will still exist. However, any items that person saved to your Chromebook, such as downloaded files, will be deleted.
If a profile gets removed from your Chromebook, you can add that profile again. However, the files that were downloaded by that account won’t be restored.