Google Chrome offers a handy feature that allows you to remember a username and password to any website you select.
It not only saves time logging in, but it also saves the hassle of remembering dozens of unique password.
Nevertheless, there are cases you may not wish Chrome to remember passwords. Perhaps you have a new account, and Chrome logging you in with old information will take you to the wrong account. (Read Google Alternatives)
Or perhaps, you feel uncomfortable saving passwords for Google if anyone else uses your device, they have direct access.
Irrespective of your reason, deleting passwords you save in Chrome is about as easy as hitting a few buttons.
You can find out how to delete every saved password from Google passwords manager, and what else you can do to be safe while online besides deleting passwords in Chrome.
How Do I Remove All Accounts from Chrome?
If you have a computer with several different people using it, then it can be time to clear passwords in Chrome to make sure it is secure. It will also clear browsing data.
Here are the steps you need to follow to remove users password and account from your Google Chrome browser. You may need to do this for each user’s saved accounts one by one.
- Open Chrome
- Click the 3-line menu icon in the top right corner of your browser
- Click ‘Settings’
- Beneath the ‘People’ heading, there is a user list
- Select the user you wish to delete (Make sure you have a user listing). If you are not listed, select ‘Add person’ and fill in the desired information
- Select ‘Remove’ against the chosen highlighted user
- You will see a dialog box ‘Are you sure you want to remove ‘username’ and all associated
- Chrome data from this computer? This cannot be undone.’
- Click the “Remove” button
- The user is now deleted.
- Do this for all users you want to clear browsing data and any saved password
How Do I Delete All Saved Passwords from Chrome?
If you wish to delete passwords from Chrome you have saved, these are the easy steps to do that. You may need to enter your windows pin to do anything with your saved passwords.
- Open your Chrome browser.
- Select the three-line icon toward the top-right corner of your screen and then select ‘Settings’ from the menu
- Scroll down to the bottom of the screen. Select ‘Show advanced settings’
- Scroll down to ‘Passwords and Forms’ and then select ‘Manage passwords’
- Inside the pop-up, you will see, click on the X, which sits at the side of any of your saved passwords that you want to delete
Select passwords you want to clear data on, and once you have deleted all your passwords, you can click on ‘Done.’
How Do I Remove a Saved Password from Google?
You can receive alerts from Google Chrome for any saved passwords and username combination compromised in a data leak while using a third-party website or app.
Any compromised saved passwords and username combinations are unsafe because they can be published online as part of a security breach.
It is recommended, you change any compromised saved passwords as soon as you receive select passwords notification of suspicious activity.
You can follow instructions in Chrome so you can easily change your passwords, click for that compromised site. (Read How to Stop Google Tracking You Online)
Besides this, you can check your saved passwords for other sites you have logins.
Chrome makes sure your passwords and usernames are protected, so Google can’t read them.
It is worth noting that you need to be signed in to Chrome and thus Google to receive such notifications. If you want to use Google alternatives, you need a different set of instructions.
Starting or Stopping notifications
In the top right, click More and then Settings.
Beneath ‘Privacy and security,’ Click Security.
Click on one of the safe browsing options from either Enhanced Protection or Standard protection.
How do I Clear My Google Chrome Login History?
Even with all your passwords clear, you ought to think about clearing your login history or clear browsing data of your online activity. If anyone compromises this history, it may not take them too long to access and accounts you visit.
Deleting History Manually
Delete all activity
- On a computer, head to your Google Account.
- In the top left navigation panel, select Data & Personalization
- Beneath ‘Activity and timeline,’ click on My Activity
- In the top right corner, click More
- Click on ‘Delete activity by’
- Underneath ‘Delete Activity,’ click ‘All-time.’
- Click Delete
Besides this, you can stop Google from saving your activity on certain services. In the same window as above, you can select services you don’t want Google to keep any information.
Another way you can stop them from recording anything meaningful is to use a VPN service.
Every communication will undergo encryption and stop anyone, such as your ISP or Google seeing what you are doing.
VPN’s are the best way to maintain your privacy, and to manage password, you can use a secure password manager such as Nordpass from NordVPN. Then, you don’t need Chrome or Google to save passwords.