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I want to disconnect all of my Google Chrome installations from my Google Account, since I have signed into Google Chrome on many computers, including some that I don't own (e.g., several school and library computers). Is there any way that I can find every Chrome installation that is connected to my Google Account, so that I disconnect every one of them from my Google Account, to prevent my passwords from being hijacked?

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Assuming you have a gmail account you can click on the "last account activity details" link at the bottom right of your inbox. This will show all the locations you have logged in and allow you to close all sessions.

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Change your password. That should disconnect all of them.

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This is also discussed here:!topic/chrome/… – Anderson Green Mar 13 '13 at 20:33
Also, how do you know that this will work? :/ – Anderson Green Mar 13 '13 at 20:33
Because the account settings on the other end must log in to be signed in. If the password changes, it will have to ask for the new credentials in order to sign in. If you're paranoid, delete the account and start a new one. – Dan Mar 13 '13 at 20:34
Also, I'd like to know whether it would be possible for me to disconnect all accounts without resetting my password. – Anderson Green Mar 13 '13 at 20:35
Not without having access to those computers and being able to sign out manually from them. – Dan Mar 13 '13 at 20:35

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