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Google Chrome comes with a built-in password manager which offers to save the password when you log in to a new site. This is quite helpful, but if you’re already using a more secured password manager like Bitwarden then you won’t need Google’s password manager. And these popups can be annoying.
In this article, I will tell you the process of how you can disable Google’s password manager and save yourself from all those annoying password-saving popups. You can do it on both PC and smartphone and we’ll check out the process for both of them. So, let’s get started.
- Launch Chrome
- Go to Settings > Autofill > Passwords
- Turn off the ‘Offer to save passwords option.
- Close the tab.
- Open the Chrome app
- Go to Settings > Passwords
- Turn off the ‘Save passwords’ option
- Close the settings menu.
You will notice that chrome will stop bugging with the annoying popups to save the passwords. But you need not worry about the saved passwords. All the credentials will still be saved in the password manager and won’t be affected.
How can I see my passwords in Chrome?
You can go to Settings > Passwords. Scroll down to find all the saved usernames and passwords.
Is Chrome a safe password manager?
The Chrome password manager isn’t as secure as other password managers, like Bitwarden, but you can use it if you want quick password savings and sync across a number of devices for free.
How do I remove passwords from Chrome?
You can go to Settings > Passwords. You will find all the saved passwords in the list. To remove, click on the “⋮” option and choose ‘Remove’.