If you opened this post, I hope you surely want to know how you can remove saved passwords from Google Chrome. It’s very easy to remove so I recommend you read this till the end.
When you first log in to any website, the Google Chrome asks users to provide their permission to save the passwords used for that website.
So the next time when you wish to log in again, it automatically fills your password saved in your browser.
It’s a very convenient method where you do not have to remember passwords at all and Google does all the work for you. No need for password managers at all. No worries no nothing.
But what if you no longer want Google Chrome to save a copy of your passwords. It may be because you will no longer use that computer or wants to have a control over your passwords. No matter what is the reason, Google always allows users to remove the passwords saved in the browser.
Here is how you can remove saved passwords from Google Chrome, step by step process.
Step 1 – Open Google Chrome click on 3 inline dots from the top extreme right of the screen.
Step 2 – Open settings from the dialog box appeared.
Step 3 – Go to Passwords from the settings window opened.
In the Passwords, you will find the list of all saved passwords, the websites for which used, usernames. Also, you will find the websites for which you did not provide permissions to save passwords.
Step 4 – Here you have to scroll down and find the website of which you want to remove saved passwords from Google Chrome.
Step 5 – Once you find that account of which you want your password removed. Click on the 3 inline dots right next to every row, and click remove or you can check the details of a saved password.
Voila! That’s how you can remove saved passwords from Google Chrome in just a few easy steps.
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