i have my laptop to someone, but my google browser has password saved, how do i remotely, all log off? possible?

It’s not possible to remotely log out of all Google Chrome sessions directly from another device if you gave away your laptop without logging out first. However, there are a few things you can do to secure your Google account:

  1. Change your Google password: This is the most important step. By changing your password, any saved login information on your old laptop will become useless. Here’s how to change your password:

  2. Sign out of Gmail remotely: You can remotely sign out of Gmail sessions on any device except the one you’re currently using. Here’s how:

    • Go to https://www.google.com/account/about/ on a trusted device.
    • Sign in to your Google account if you aren’t already.
    • In the left navigation panel, click “Security.”
    • Under “Your devices,” find the device you gave away.
    • Click the three vertical dots next to the device name and select “Sign out.”
  3. Consider additional security measures:

    • Enable two-step verification for your Google account. This adds an extra layer of security by requiring a code from your phone in addition to your password when signing in.
    • Consider using a password manager to create and store strong, unique passwords for all your online accounts. This way, you won’t have to rely on your browser’s saved passwords.

By following these steps, you can help secure your Google account even if someone has access to your old laptop. Remember, it’s always a good practice to log out of all accounts before giving away a device.