Disable offer to save passwords and delete passwords in Google Chrome

Do you share a computer with others? It is recommended that Google Chrome does not store a password. Saving passwords in Google Chrome on a shared network that both use the same user account can lead to abuse of your Google Chrome account.

If you use Chrome with other people, it is better not to have the passwords of web services, such as e-mail, saved by the internet browser. Other users of the computer can quickly retrieve that password.

In this instruction, I will explain how you can make sure that Google Chrome does not store passwords and how you can delete passwords from Google Chrome.

How to not save Google Chrome passwords

Learn how to disable “offer to save passwords” in Google Chrome.

Open the Google Chrome browser. In the upper right corner, click on the three vertical dots to open the Google Chrome menu. In the menu, select Settings from the list.

In the left menu, choose or search for Autofill. In the Autofill menu, click on Passwords.

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Disable the option Offer to save passwords to make sure that Google no longer asks Chrome to store passwords in Chrome.

You can also uncheck Auto Sign-in to ensure that Google Chrome does not automatically log on to websites whose password is stored in Google Chrome.

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How to delete saved passwords in Google Chrome

To remove stored passwords in Google Chrome, follow the steps below.

Open the Google Chrome browser. In the upper right corner, click on the three vertical dots to open the Google Chrome menu. In the menu, select Settings from the list.
In the left menu, choose or search for Autofill. In the Autofill menu, click on Passwords.

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From the Saved Passwords menu, select the saved password you want to delete from Google Chrome. Click on the three vertical dots next to the password and choose Remove from the list.

You have now successfully removed the saved password from Google Chrome.

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