You are NOT bothering anyone . I just believe since you've expressed that you're experiencing similar issues as you had before when you had malware that it would be a malware issue (I could be wrong).
As for the multiple tabs, lets see if you have multiple items in your Google Chrome startup configuration. Please follow these instructions:
- Click the on the browser toolbar.
- Select Settings. If you’re using a Chrome device, click Show advanced settings at the bottom of the page.
- In the “On startup” section, choose the options below:
You may need to look around in these settings and see whats listed; if you see links, homepages, etc that you don't want listed remove them and Apply your settings -> exit Google Chrome and re-open to see if this fixed the multiple tabs issue.
As for Google Chrome requiring you to sign in every time, do you want to have your Google Account synced with your Google Chrome browser? If not you can disconnect it from Google Chrome all together by doing the following:
To disconnect your Google Account from Chrome and disable sync entirely, follow these instructions on each computer where you’ve signed in to Chrome. Your data, like bookmarks and extensions, won't be deleted from your computer or from your Google Account, but changes you make will no longer show up on your other computers or be saved in your Google Account.
- Open Google Chrome.
- Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar.
- Select Signed in as <your email address>.
- In the "Sign in" section, click Disconnect your Google Account.
Instead of disconnecting your account entirely and disabling sync, you can choose what you want to sync by clicking Advanced sync settings.
- Click Disconnect account in the confirmation dialog.
If you want to stay signed automatically please follow the directions below:
- Click the Chrome on the browser toolbar.
- Select Settings.
- Click Show advanced settings.
- Adjust your password settings in the "Passwords and forms" section:
- Select "Offer to save passwords I enter on the web" if you want Google Chrome to prompt you to save your password every time you sign in to a new website.
In addition please Check if the Google Accounts "Stay signed in" option is actually enabled or not. Visit the Google Accounts homepage
and verify if the checkbox below the Sign In
button is selected.
Edited by humble2k14, 07 April 2014 - 06:08 PM.