To manage and delete stored passwords in Google Chrome, follow these steps:
- Open Google Chrome on your device.
- Click on the three vertical dots in the top-right corner to open the Chrome menu.
- From the dropdown menu, select "Settings."
- In the Settings tab, scroll down and click on "Passwords" under the "Autofill" section.
- You will see a list of saved passwords with corresponding website URLs and usernames.
- To view a specific password, click on the eye icon next to it, and you will be prompted to enter your computer's password or the Google account password for verification.
- If you want to delete a password, click on the three vertical dots next to it, and choose "Remove" from the options.
- If you wish to remove multiple passwords, you can select multiple entries by ticking the checkboxes beside them and click on the trash bin icon at the top-right corner to remove them all.
- By default, Chrome offers to save passwords for new websites you visit. If you want to turn this feature off completely, you can toggle off the "Offer to save passwords" option under the "Passwords" settings.
- If you want to clear all saved passwords at once, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on "Clear all" under the "Passwords" section, then confirm the action.
Remember, deleting passwords will remove them permanently, and Chrome won't autofill those passwords for you anymore.