block access to Google apps, facebook, etc

I'm taking my computer into the shop in a few days and I need to stop auto logon to Google apps; calendar, gmail, one drive,  as well as Facebook and other secure sights that MY computer is allowed to log onto; automatically.

Is there a place in Chrome that stops Chrome from entering my password automatically?
mikecox_Asked:
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Mark BullockQA EngineerCommented:
You can delete passwords for whatever sites you want.
Settings / Show advanced settings... / Manage passwords
Hover your mouse over the site then click the X to delete the password for that site.
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mikecox_Author Commented:
That didn't solve the problem but it got me into the saved passwords when I was able to delete them all and disable the prompt with the save option.  I don't want Chrome saving passwords, I use RoboForm.

But even with the password list empty Google apps open, my gmain apps, my cloud, my calendar, etc.  If I log on from another computer I'm prompted for a password, just not on my own.  I need to make Google apps demand a password
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Mark BullockQA EngineerCommented:
You can use a Master Password with RoboForm so other people can't use your Passcards, Identities and Safenotes.
http://www.roboform.com/manual#passprotect
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mikecox_Author Commented:
The solution was to Exit Chrome; I was just closing the browser.  Once I used Exit to leave Chrome asked for my Google password when I opened it again.
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mikecox_Author Commented:
Looks like I've answered my own question.
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