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How to delete saved passwords on Chromebook (Super easy)

Delete saved passwords on Chromebook

Do you want to delete saved passwords on Chromebook? Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you.

No doubt, Google chrome is making surfing the web easier for its users by adding several incredible features. 

A fascinating one is the password autosave feature which automatically saves your passwords when enabled. 

So you don’t have to memorize several passwords, and you can easily log in to a site on your Chromebook with a few clicks.

Regardless of these advantages, there are other important reasons you may want to remove your saved passwords on Chromebook. 

Did you create a new account on a site and you don’t want Google to keep logging you into the old account?

Do you want to delete your passwords because you don’t want to save your passwords online anymore?

Whatever the reason, It doesn’t matter. In a few super easy steps, I’ll show you how to delete saved passwords on Chromebook.


Before we dive in, note that Google Chrome will show a list of passwords that you’ve saved in the past, and it’s from this list you can delete. This means you won’t find unsaved passwords on the list.

How to delete saved passwords on Chromebook

Step 1: Open Chromebook Browser

The first step is to open your browser (Google Chrome is the default browser on a Chromebook). 

By default, your chrome browser should open if you’re just turning on your PC. If not, you can quickly open up the launcher, scroll through your list of apps installed, and click on the chrome icon to open the browser.

Step 2: Open the settings menu

The second step is to open the settings menu on your Chromebook browser. 

To do this, simply click on the three dots on the upper right side of the address bar. This will show a list of options. Find settings and click on it.

Another way to do this is to simply open the Chromebook launcher menu, find the settings icon, and click on it.

Step 3: Find passwords in the settings menu

Now that you’ve opened the settings menu, the next step is to find your list of saved passwords. On the settings menu find the option that reads Auto-fill and click on it. 

On the next page, you’ll see the Passwords option at the top with a key icon beside it, click on it. 

This will now bring up a page with a list of your saved passwords.

Step 3: Delete saved passwords

Don’t start deleting passwords if you’re not sure it’s the one you want to remove. 

You can also view the passwords by clicking on the eye icon beside it, then confirm your password for the device first. This way, your Chromebook would be sure it’s you.

If you’re sure and would like to remove or delete saved passwords, simply click on the three dots beside the password and hit the remove or delete option.

Once you hit the remove option, your Chromebook will display a quick confirmation that the password has been removed.

The bottom line on how to delete saved passwords on Chromebook

Deleting saved passwords on Chromebook is super easy and can be done in a few steps when you follow this step-by-step guide. 

However, don’t delete passwords if you’re not sure about removing them. 

Otherwise, you may want to write them down somewhere else before deleting them. This way you can easily get your passwords back if the need comes.

Remember, once you hit the delete button on your Chromebook, your password instantly gets deleted.

I hope with this guide I’ve been able to show you how to delete saved passwords on Chromebook, including safety measures to take before doing so.