How to Delete Browser Passwords

  1. Open Chrome.

  2. Click the Menu Button Menu in the top right corner.

  3. Select “Settings.”

  4. Click “Show advanced settings.” at the bottom of the screen.

  5. Scroll down and ensure that under “Passwords and Forms”, “Enable Autofill to fill out web forms in a single click.” and “Offer to save your web passwords” are both unchecked.

  6. Scroll up and select the “Clear browsing data…” button in the Privacy section.

  7. Select “the beginning of time” from the dropdown menu after “Obliterate the following items from.” Then make sure the only item checked is “Passwords.” Then select the “Clear browsing data” button. Your saved passwords have now been cleared.
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  1. Open Safari.

  2. Select “Safari” from the menu bar at the top of the screen.
      

  3. Select “Preferences…” from the drop down menu.

  4. Select “Passwords” in the menu bar.

  5. Click on the first item in the list of passwords.

  6. While holding down the command key ⌘, press the “A” key to select all of the saved passwords.

  7. Select the remove button in the bottom right corner.

  8. Click the “Remove” button the confirm.

  9. Due to a glitch, not all of the passwords are always deleted on the first try, so repeat steps 5-8 until there are no more saved passwords.

  10. Ensure the “AutoFill usernames and passwords” box is unchecked, and Safari will no longer prompt you to save your password.

  1. Open Firefox.

  2. Click the Menu Button Menu in the top right corner.

  3. Select “Preferences.”

  4. Click “Security” on the left hand bar.

  5. Make sure “Remember logins for sites” is unchecked.

  6. Click “Saved Logins…”

  7. Click “Remove All” at the bottom of the window.

  8. Click “Yes” to confirm the deletion of your saved passwords. At this point, your saved passwords have now been deleted and Firefox will no longer prompt you to store them in the future.

Microsoft Edge

  1. Open Microsoft Edge.

  2. Click the Menu Button in the top right corner.

  3. Select “Settings.”

  4. Scroll down and click on “View advanced settings.”

  5. Ensure that “Offer to save passwords” and “Save form entries” are set to “Off.”

  6. Click the back arrow.

  7. Click on “Choose what to clear.”

  8. Ensure that only “Form data” and “Passwords” are selected.

9. Click “Clear.”
10. At this point, your saved passwords have now been deleted and Microsoft Edge will no longer prompt you to store them in the future.