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How To Delete All Saved Passwords In Chrome

✎ Key Points:

» To save a Chrome password, you just have to select “Save Password”, when asked to save at the time of logging in. Without a miss, hit the save button.
» To view the Chrome password, simply, open the chrome settings, by a click on the three-dot.
» Over there, select “Autofill” and then “Passwords”. Next, under the password section, go to the “Saved passwords” column and tap on the ‘Eye’ icon, and view all saved passwords.

How To Delete All Saved Passwords In Chrome:

At any given point in time, if you feel like removing passwords from Chrome, due to any reason, then you can. The option is given right next to the view password option, under the autofill section in the settings.

Google Chrome has given the user, complete access to deal with their password. You can delete the password anytime, anywhere.

⭐️ The advantage of deleting Chrome passwords:

◘ Do not have to worry about password leaks.

🔴 Steps To Follow:

Now, let us walk around the steps to delete the Chrome passwords:

Step 1: Open “Google Chrome” on your PC.

Step 2: On the first interface, roll your cursor to the extreme top right corner of the screen, and click on > “three dots”.

three dots

Step 3: On the list, come down to “Settings”. Click on it and open it.


Step 4: Over there, you will find the options on the left side of the screen, and among them, one is “Autofill”.


Step 5: Open, “Autofill” and click on “Passwords”.


Step 6: Next, under the “Saved passwords” section, you will see all the websites, whose passwords you have saved.

save password

Step 7: To delete, click on the “three dots” and then hit “Remove”.

remove password

All done! Password removed is equal to password deleted from chrome.

🔯 How to Save Chrome Passwords for Your Login?

Handling all such passwords has become very hectic. And that too, if you forgot the password then you have to go through a long lengthy process of ‘forgot Password’ & ‘Reset Password.

To help Google Chrome has a very powerful solution to this: “Autofill”.

Although, on MacBook, it would ask you to use the touch ID or password to use that Autofill.

You all have witnessed that whenever you log in using your username and password, instantly after hitting the login or sign in/up button, Google Chrome asks to “Save the password”. Google Chrome prompts you to save the password for the next log-in, to auto-fill the password and instantly complete the log-in process.

But one should not forget, that Google Chrome is the world’s largest used web browser. It is used in all the minor to major places for every possible kind of internetwork. It comes up with a lot of notable features, which also include an option called “Safe Browsing” and “Advanced” security features. The features protect your password and warn you when someone tries to breach it.

⭐️ Advantage of Saving Chrome Passwords:

◘ Help to log in faster, thus, saving a lot of time.

◘ Google chrome predicts and warns you about dangerous events before they happen, thus, advancing security protection.

◘ Keeps you safe on chrome and may be used to improve your security in other Google apps when you are signed in

Now, let us see the steps to save the chrome-password:

Actually, there is no lengthy process to do this.

◘ You just have to be careful whenever to log in to Chrome.

◘ Do not skip the ‘Save password’ button, when asked to save the password.

That’s it.

How to View Chrome Passwords that are Saved:

Google Chrome not only protects passwords but also gives the user a handy option to view them. Under the ‘Autofill’ section of Chrome settings, you can easily see all the passwords for all the websites you have saved. Along with this, you also can check the password, by a tap on the ‘eye icon’ given there.

⭐️ The advantage to viewing chrome passwords:

◘ Can check passwords anytime, anywhere.

◘ As it is saved in chrome’s database and not on the computer, helps to believe it is protected.

🔴 Steps To Follow:

Now, with moving forward, let us go through the steps to view the saved chrome passwords:

Step 1: On your computer/laptop, open “Google Chrome”.

Step 2: At the extreme top right corner of the home page, you will see “Three dots”, next to the profile icon.

Step 3: Tap the “three dots” and open.

three dots

Step 4: On the list, select the “Settings” option.


Step 5: The next page, will be having a lot of options on the left side. Over there, select “Autofill”.


Step 6: After opening autofill, click on > “Passwords”, which is the first option.


Step 7: Over there, under the “Save Password”, all the saved passwords are displayed.

Step 8: To view the password, tap on > “eye icon”.

eye icon


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