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Now when I go to youtube.com it only shows me the videos that I watched before or something similar. I have to log out my Google account to get the normal home page and see the videos that are actually new and interesting, or at least get these buttons.

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But then I was logged out for all my Google apps such as Gmail, Calendar. This is really annoying. Now I basically have to use a separate browser to watch YouTube, but then I can't save or comment. Is there a way I can get back the normal non-personalized home page even when I'm logged in?

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You can use the Google Chrome's Incognito browser mode so that you can see popular videos without having to log out every single time. – Hydra Apr 8 '13 at 15:17

When signed out go to the "Browse Channel's" at the bottom, there will be some tiles. The first one should be "Popular on Youtube." Underneath that will be a subscribe button. Click it, sign in, and when you want to go there, just click it in the sidebar.

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If you click the "Browse Channels" button on the sidebar, you can access them.

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That is true. But even then, if I go to say popular on youtube, there're still a large chunk of videos that're recommended. And I still don't have those buttons on the left. – LWZ Feb 14 '13 at 3:23

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