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It tells me to close chrome manullay

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Open the Task Manager (ctrl+alt+del), select Processes,locate chrome.exe, highlight, click on End Process

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When you register for a website, like a blog, forum or social network, you enter a user name and password.
When you revisit the site, you need to enter the user name and password to access your account. You do not need to enter the information every time with the Google Chrome browser.
You can tell the website to keep you signed in. If you have your cookies configured properly, Chrome will sign you in automatically.

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Click "Content Settings" and "Cookies."
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