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How can I keep my home page web browser (GOOGLE) logged in so I don't have to repetedly sign in to view it?

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 How can I keep my home page web browser (GOOGLE) logged in so I don't have to repetedly sign in to view it?   I have clicked the (STAY SIGNED IN) box, but it doesn"t seem to make a difference any more?    This used to work fine so something has changed?

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Make sure that cookies are enabled for google site. Session info for future logons is stored within that cookie.
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Went into internet options and un clicked delete browsing history. Is this what you were refering to?

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