Google Chrome needs typically to log in to a Google account to complete the synchronisation. Use this browser to log in to Google Mail and other services independently of each other.
For example, logging in to a Google account in Google Search is not tied in Google Chrome, but the Google development team seems to have adjusted this strategy.
Integrate all Google account logins:
Now Google Chrome is considered a bind account regardless of which service you log in to Google. When you log in to Google, Google Chrome will automatically sync.
When you log in to Google Chrome, you don’t need to log in again to open Google Mail. Google thinks this is a service that uses Google Chrome as a whole.
However, Google did not issue a notice in the recent update to indicate this, which means that many users are uploaded their history without knowing it.
Privacy issues are again controversial:
Many Google Chrome users will not log in to their accounts to prevent historical records from being uploaded to Google servers and then pushed by Google for targeted advertising.
In the past, users would not have to log in to Google Chrome, but now users can’t log in to any Google service due to automatic integration.
Since Google has not issued a notice stating that this incident has made many users feel uncomfortable because they are uninformed and their privacy is uploaded to the server.
Nor can it be said that it is entirely ignorant:
Google’s level of the company will be sprayed if users carry it, so Google also updated the instructions to indicate the changes brought about by this new version.
However, many users should not pay attention to this change, but Google Online Account allows users to clear all information stored by the server completely.
Users who don’t want to be saved need to log in to Google https://myaccount.google.com/ to delete all information in their personal information and privacy.