There are many websites that require you to login before using. If your job requires you to frequently dealing with some of this sort of website, it can take longer if you manually typing different passwords on each website you use. Chrome has a feature to save you time in logging in to websites that require password.
Every time you login to a website that require password, Twitter for instance, Chrome will be asking you if you want to save the password. If you choose “Save”, Chrome will save the password for you, even if you have logged out. Every time you return to the websites you have saved the password of, you don’t need to manually type your password (and username) anymore. Just press the login button and you can login. You can even access your saved passwords from different devices if you save it to Google Passwords.
Google’s intention to help you save your password is actually great. The fact, there are many third party password managers with the same functionality as Google Password. However, letting apps like Chrome to save your password is not always a good idea, particularly for passwords of sensitive accounts like banking accounts and personal emails. That is why users who have a high concern on privacy never do that thing. If you have too many saved passwords in Chrome and want to remove them but don’t know how, follow the following steps.
- Click the Chrome menu (the three-dot icon) at top-right corner and select Settings.
- Click the Settings menu (the three-line icon) at the top-left corner.
- Under the Settings menu select Advanced –> Passwords and forms.
- On the Passwords and forms section, click the Manage passwords option.
- Specify the password you want to remove and click the three-line icon on the right most. Select Remove.
If you really hate this Chrome feature, you can also stop Chrome from asking you to save your password every time you login to a certain website. I have covered it in this article.