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I left chrome open at home. It's on a webpage signed in to something that I'd like to sign out of. There may be other ways of accomplishing that, but I really just want to know if this is possible.

Is there any way for me to remotely close a tab or window of Google Chrome on a synced computer? I can see my computer's open tabs on the history page, but I'd like to close that tab from here.

Note: I don't have Chrome Remote Desktop enabled on that computer.

Tabs on other computers

EDIT: Here's a more relevant hypothetical situation:

Say I left chrome open with some objectionable content. Maybe I was browsing 4chan late at night and left it open. I am extremely irresponsible. Suddenly, my roommate says he has to bring his little cousin over to watch him for the day. Now my computer, whose screensaver I have irresponsibly disabled, is displaying this objectionable content. How can I close that remotely, without having any remote-desktop application available?

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If you have the ability to remote into the desktop what you want is not possible. Your hypothetical situation is sort of rediculous to be honest, who leaves their personal computer unlocked, when they leave the house? –  Ramhound Mar 28 at 14:40
    
I know it's ridiculous, it's strictly curiosity. –  SirBraneDamuj Mar 28 at 14:43

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It is not possible unless you install or exploit a program on remote computer.

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Like I said, I'm sure there are more sane solutions for signing out of that service. But I'm strictly asking if closing a tab like this is possible. I will update my question with a more relevant hypothetical situation. –  SirBraneDamuj Mar 28 at 14:18

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