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How to Delete Saved Passwords on Google Chrome and Its Benefits

Deleting passwords in Google Chrome browser can be useful for using Chrome to remember logins and passwords to connect to the Internet. You still need to know how to remove them if necessary.

To easily connect to your favorite sites and services, and to avoid remembering dozens of identifiers and passwords, you use a browser to manage your connection identifiers. It's easy to set up and easy to use every day, because you just need to follow Google Chrome's suggestions when you want to connect to websites.

The importance of deleting passwords in your browser

But removing passwords is sometimes useful to perform a cleanup on all the identifiers accumulated in your browser. Deleting passwords stored by Google Chrome is even more important when you want to stop using Chrome and switch to another software, share your browser with other users by avoiding unwise actions, or set up a password manager.

Either way, here's how to delete all saved passwords on the desktop version of Chrome, on both Windows and macOS.

Access Chrome Password Manager

To manage passwords stored in your browser, here's a guide:
  • Open Chrome.
  • Click on the three vertical dots at the top right of your browser window.
  • In the drop-down menu, click the Settings section. To directly access Chrome Settings, you can also type chrome://settings/ in the address bar and validate with the Enter key.
  • In the Autofill section of the Settings page, click Passwords to access your credential manager in Chrome.

Delete your passwords one by one in Chrome

If you want to delete some of your login credentials and keep others, you can do so easily from Chrome's built-in Password Manager.
  • Click on the three vertical dots next to the password you want to delete.
  • Click Delete .
You can repeat this operation as many times as you want. But if you want to delete all your passwords, you can do it in one operation.

Delete all your saved passwords in Chrome

To permanently delete all the passwords and logins you remember in Chrome,
  • Go to Settings
  • Then under Privacy and security, click Clear browsing data.
  • At the top of the window, click the Advanced Settings tab.
  • Select All period in Period option
  • Check the Password line and other login data
  • Uncheck the other rows.
  • Click the Clear Data button.
All your identifiers and passwords have now been deleted.

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