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How Do I Clear Saved (Auto-Fill) Passwords in Google Chrome on Desktop

Objective:

  • Stop Google Chrome from suggesting within fields 
  • Stop Google Chrome autofill 

Environment:

  • Google Chrome

Additional Information:

Procedure:

  1. Click the Chrome menu icon. (Three dots at the top right of the screen.)
  2. Click on Settings.
  3. In the "Autofill" section on the left-hand side, expand PasswordsScreen_Shot_2021-05-13_at_3.39.55_PM.png
  4. Find the entry you wish to delete.
    • To view the saved password, click the eye icon and enter the password you use to log onto your computer, and it will appear.
  5. Click the three dots icon at the right beside the entry, and click "Remove".

Clearing All Autofill Data in Chrome

  1. Click the Chrome menu icon. (Three dots at the top right of the screen.)
  2. Click on History, then click on History again in the menu that appears.
  3. Select Clear browsing data.
    (Alternatively, you can press CTRL+SHIFT+DEL on your keyboard to bypass steps 1-3.)
  4. At the top, choose “the beginning of time” option to clear all saved data.
  5. Make sure that the “Clear saved Autofill form data” option is checked.
  6. Click Clear browsing data.

 

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