Remove Saved Passwords from Google Chrome

If you are using Google Chrome when you try to access a website site for first time using your credentials, Chrome asks you if you want to save or not your credentials for that website. 

At this time you have two (2) available options:

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a. Save Password: By selecting this option, Chrome stores your password for the current website so that the next time you access it you don’t have to enter your password again.

b. Never for this site: By selecting this option, Chrome doesn’t store the password for the current website.

Storing Passwords in websites you visit is a useful  feature available in all current browsers. But if you share your computer with other users, you don’t want your information to be shared or viewed from others.

If you want to remove stored usernames and passwords from Chrome, then use the steps bellow:

How to remove Chrome Stored Passwords

1. Open Google Chrome and go to chrome menu image and choose "Settings".

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2. At the end of “Settings” window, find and press the “Show Advanced Settings” option.

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3. Scroll Down to find “Passwords and forms section and press “Manage saved passwords.

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4. Inside “Passwords” options, look under “Saved Passwords” section and:

4a. Select the website that you don’t want Chrome to store your password for and press the remove button “X” to remove it from the “Saved passwords” list.

4b. After doing this, press “Done” and continue working with your browser.

Tip: If you press the “Show” button at the chosen website then you’ll be able to view the stored password for that site.

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Additional Information:

Inside Chrome Password settings you also view the “Never saved” section.

Under this section you can view all the sites that Google Chrome has not stored a password for them.

In the case that you want Chrome to store your password for any of this sites, delete it form the list by selecting it and pressing the “X'” button that appears.*

Notice*: By doing this the next time you will try to access that site, Google Chrome should prompt you to “Save the password” for that site.

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Advice: To protect your privacy, you must not use the same password for all websites you access and always use strong and complicated passwords.

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