Google Chrome is one of the fastest browsers that enabled with so many time-saving features and one is the save password option. Whenever you logon a website, Google Chrome asks you to save the password in the browser so that it automatically sign in to websites using stored password next time you log in. This thing is okay, if you don’t share access with anyone, but what if a wrong person gains access to your system he can check all usernames and passwords of associated accounts.
To avoid any privacy breach, don’t forget to log out of your Google account and deleting the saved passwords, before doing handover your system to any third person. Here is how you can check all of your saved passwords and delete them. If this feature is disabled, you will be asked for confirmation every time before signing in to a website.
How to Delete Saved Passwords in Google Chrome
- Step 1) Login to your google account in the browser.
- Step 2) After successful login to the browser, enter url https://passwords.google.com in the browser.
- Step 3) It’ll take you to the Password Manager page where all of your passwords are saved.
- Step 4) Here you can see the list of saved usernames and passwords with the associated websites.
- Step 5) When you’ll click on the associated website it will display an option to update or delete the saved password.