How to keep the authorization on websites?

Good evening. Today I reinstalled Windows, installed chrome, which happened to synchronize all the data, made a few tweaks (before the reinstall) and found that I have not retained the authorization on some sites. I autorisoes by e-mail (gmail), 4pda, vk and can safely use until you close the browser. When I close it, then I have flies-authorization in the mail and 4pda, you need to sign in again, but in vk it's OK and I stay signed in after browser restart. Someone faced with?
Windows 10 Pro (it was before the reinstall OC)

Tried:
To remove chromium not go into account
Checked checkboxes, so not removed session after closing the browser

In browser yandex, opera, firefox mail gmail does not go out (other sites not tested)
June 8th 19 at 17:10
3 answers
June 8th 19 at 17:12
Solution
As I read on the Internet, I found the answer that a bug is observed only during a clean install of the latest version of chrome ( V. 64 )

Solution:
- Updated to the latest version of chrome (64) by installing a previous 63-
- Set Canary
June 8th 19 at 17:14
Can turn on the built-in "accelerator" lame? Or some kind of expansion costs.
Create a new empty profile, but not sync it, move it to another location, go to it in your gugliotta and check the browser restart.
I have solved the problem. Somehow I found the answer that this is a bug of the latest version of chrome. Type if updated to the latest version with the previous one, the bug will not, but if you install the latest version immediately, then the bug will be. But the second tip was to use the Canary version, which I did. More problems were observed. - Jamey.Zieme64 commented on June 8th 19 at 17:17
June 8th 19 at 17:16
I had a similar problem. Helped the reinstallation of Chrome. New version downloaded here, works stably and without failures. The sites that consistently use, do not lose the authorization. Sometimes it so happens that, if you did not go to a specific site half a year, then re-authentication required. There is nothing to worry!
the link to download leads to the official website of the browser, then I rocked chrome initially - Jamey.Zieme64 commented on June 8th 19 at 17:19

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