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As I said in title, when I boot my PC and after system loads, Chrome starts automatically. I checked in startup application, and I couldn't find Chrome entry. Can anyone tell me why Chrome starts automatically and how to stop it. I'm using XUbuntu 13.04

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It shouldn't start automatically; check for desktop files in ~/.config/autostart and /etc/xdg/autostart. –  user76204 May 1 '13 at 17:24
    
There is no Chrome in those folders and still Chrome starts automatically –  Alen May 1 '13 at 17:29
    
have you tryed Startup Application this could help askubuntu.com/questions/159887/… and this askubuntu.com/questions/69810/… –  Scott Hunt May 1 '13 at 17:33
    
Yes, I tried Startup Application from xfce and gnome, but I can't find nowhere Chrome. Xfce has option to save session on shut down, I remember I activated that option once, but since that option was useless for me I deactivated it. Maybe Chrome stuck there while that option was activated. –  Alen May 1 '13 at 17:43
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I have the identical problem, and there is nothing related to chrome in ~/.config/autostart or /etc/xdg/autostart. It just suddenly started happening last week. I have found a line saying Legacy0_Command=chromium-browser in ~/.cache/sessions/xfce4-session-{myhostname}:0 so I've deleted it and will come back after I have rebooted... –  Peter Flynn Jun 13 '13 at 17:59

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Since the autostart settings seem to be clean, I would expect that xfce4-session has cached the app and restores it on boot time.

I suspect that you need to clear up your sessions cache: Settings Manager, Sessions and Startup, Sessions Tab, Clear Saved Sessions. Or delete the contents of ~/.cache/sessions, having logged out first. For details see: Xubuntu reopens last session applications even though it shouldn't.

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