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I just installed Chrome on a new laptop and now every time I start Chrome the first page that appears is a Google sign in page. The url in the address bar is -


My home page is set to but this Sign in page still shows. How can I get rid of the sign in page and get as my startup page?

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IIRC, there should be a button on that Sign-In page that says "Skip for later" or something related. Once I clicked it no longer prompted me to sign in. I can't remember the exact details, so I'm offering this as a comment instead. :) – Isxek Jul 17 '12 at 23:19
If what you're trying to achieve is not signing in to a Google account, you can just skip the sign in process, as explained here. If the sign in request still comes up, clear your Google related cookies and cache and try again. – amiregelz Jul 18 '12 at 0:24
This looks like a dup of – Ian Dunn Jan 12 '13 at 20:37

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