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Gmail login

I am currently using for a few days a computer of a relative of mine to access my Gmail. I must have done something which does the following:

Whenever I type "Gmail login" in a Google search, my Gmail address automatically appears on the screen (and then the Gmail web site asks me to supply my password). I do not want even my Gmail address to appear automatically on the screen. How do I accomplish that?

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Sounds like a cookie.

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Or cached content. For the browser in question it varies where the memory is but I found resetting most browsers clears cached content.

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How to reset a browswer!

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Bob,

Could you kindly provide instructions how to reset Firefox, Chrome, and Edge? I tried a few things, but still could not figure out how!

Thank you.

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Sorry no.

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But on google.com I can type "How to reset Chrome" and find out how. Same goes for each of the browsers.

I offer this so you can learn to find these things on your own.

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Well each browser has ways to clear history but

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CCleaner can do all of them at once. It allows you to clear cache, cookies and even passwords if you wish. With Chrome hit Ctrl+Shift+delete and the same time to clear history.

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