Remotely sign out of if you left it open on another computer


Today we have explained to you in a previous article how to remotely unlink saved credit or debit cards in Apple's new payment system, Apple Pay. It should be remembered again, that for now this payment method has not been activated for Spain, although everything indicates that soon we will have it among us. Companies like Mercadona and banks like BBVA are already pulling strings and adjusting their terminals to do so.

Now, we continue with our little tutorials and we are going to explain this time how remotely close a session on open on a computer other than yours and you forgot to close it.

Many times they are the ones that I have found myself in the situation of having to access the cloud in my work center to access the newly released iCloud Drive. I already have 20 GB of space that I pay every month to be able to have my documents accessible from any of my Mac computers and that is why sometimes I have to go to a computer that is not mine to search for a certain file.

Now, it has never happened to me that I left the session open on that computer and as a result of that others could read or look at my documents. If you are starting to make use of the Apple cloud and want to know everything that surrounds it, in this article We are going to explain how to remotely close your session on from another computer.

When you leave the session on open and from, for example, your home, you want to close the session that you left on another computer, follow these steps:

  • Go back to, identify yourself with your Apple ID and enter the application Settings, which you will find in the main iCloud window.


  • Once inside Settings, in the upper right you can see the word Logoutfollowed by "from in all browsers in which it is launched." All you have to do is click on it and the session will automatically be closed everywhere, including the one you have opened to perform the action that we are explaining to you.


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