Google Chrome makes it incredibly easy to save your username and password information associated with websites so you can quickly enter that information going forward. However, if there’s a site you no longer use anymore, or if you just don’t like the idea of all of your passwords being stored in Google Chrome Password Manager, Google makes it easy to delete saved passwords. The only caveat is that you have to delete each saved password individually and there’s no way to do it in bulk. And finally, this process is the same whether you do it through a web browser on a mobile device, or a laptop or desktop computer. Examples of all instructions in the steps can be seen in both the YouTube video above and the image collection located beneath the steps.
Steps to Delete Saved Passwords on Chrome
- Open a web browser and navigate to passwords.google.com. You’ll land on the Google Chrome Passwords Manager screen. A list of the accounts you’ve saved login information to Google Chrome for is displayed under Sites and Apps.
- Navigate to the site you want to delete the saved password for, and then click that site. A screen appears prompting you to enter the password for your Google account. Enter your password and then click “Next.” You’ll land on the screen displaying the username and password saved to Google Chrome for that specific site.
- If you need to see the password before you delete it, click the “Show Password” icon to the right of the password. Click “Delete” if you want to delete this saved password from your Google Chrome saved passwords. A Delete Password dialog box is displayed asking if you’re sure you want to delete this password. Click “Delete” again. You’ll return to the Password Manager home screen where the account you removed will no longer be displayed in the list of sites, confirming that your password for that site has been removed from Google Chrome.