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my Chromebook asks me to log in way too much....I leave it on and plugged in almost all the time...when I come back to it, it often says, "log in required"...why????

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@Iowaboy54 

 

Why your Chromebook does things is generally due to the Chrome OS (operating system).

 

It appears that "Chrome login after sleep" is a setting in Chrome OS.

 

One of several articles on the subject:

How To Make Your Chromebook Ask for Password on Wake 

 

 

Most operation questions can be asked at Chromebook Help Center - How can we help you? 

 



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