But I'm now confused by a new pair of related but distinct Google-owned identities: Chrome and Gmail. Sometimes, I'm on a computer and all my bookmarks are there in the Chrome browser. Sometime they are not, I've never really figured out why or how.
Now I have a real problem that I'm trying to figure out.
I was traveling and used Gmail on a borrowed computer. I even carefully copy-pasted in parts of my password to protect against potential keyboard recorders. After I logged out, my email account remains on the Chrome browser that I used which is annoying but not much of a problem. But, somehow, all my Chrome bookmarks remain on the browser. Since I have some confidential URLs that are the management tools for some of my sites, I'd like to remove them but I can't see how.
1. Can anyone explain how logging in with my Google account automatically brought my Chrome bookmarks onto the borrowed computer? Or, did I do something that I don't remember.
2. How do I remove a Chrome profile from a computer. It's the Chrome browser on a Mac.
I posted this same question in Google forum:
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