- You can delete saved passwords in Google Chrome through your Google account’s “Security” menu.
- You’ll have to delete the passwords saved in Chrome one-by-one – you can’t delete all of them at once.
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Google Chrome has a very handy feature that allows it to remember your username and password for any website you choose.
This can not only save you time logging in, but can also save you the hassle of having to remember dozens and dozens of individual passwords.
However, there are situations where you may not want Google to remember a given password. Perhaps you made a new account for that website, and Google automatically logging you into your old account is no longer helpful.
Or maybe you just don’t feel comfortable saving any passwords online – although password managers are generally a safe way to store your passwords.
Regardless of the reason, deleting saved passwords on Chrome is as simple as clicking a few buttons. Here’s how to do it using any browser on your Mac or PC.
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How to delete saved passwords in Google Chrome
1. Go to myaccount.google.com and log into your Google account.
2. Click the option labelled “Security” in the sidebar on the left.
3. Scroll down to the bottom of the main screen. In the “Signing in to other sites” section, click “Password Manager.”
4. Find the site that you want to delete the saved password for, and click on it. You may need to enter your Google account password to confirm that it’s you.
5. Underneath of the username and password combo you want Google to forget, click “Delete.”
6. Click “Delete” again on the pop-up warning to finish deleting the password.
Return to the password management screen and repeat the previous steps for any other passwords you want to delete.
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