If you have a habit of saving your passwords to your browsers to either save you time or to help you remember passwords, then you may be opening yourself up to online security threats. You might also be having issues when you updated a password.
Either way, deleting passwords from your browser is rather easy and can solve both of these issues for you.
1. First, you want to click on the menu button which is in the top right corner of the window and looks like three vertical dots.
2. Next, you want to select Settings which is will be towards the bottom of the menu.
3. Now, click the Show advanced settings link which is at the bottom of the settings menu.
4. Click on the Clear browsing data now which you should see in the Privacy and security section.
5. Click the Advanced tab and the check the Passwords.
6. Then click Clear Data.
1. Open the Internet Options window from the Tools menu or by clicking the Gear icon in the top right corner of the window.
2. Locate your Browsing history section under the General tab and click Delete.
3. Now, you need to check the Passwords and Cookies boxes and then click Delete again.
1. Click the Menu button that looks like three horizontal lines that is in the top right corner of the window.
2. Choose Options.
3. Now, click the Privacy and Security tab on the left.
4. Then, you need to open the password manager which should be a button that says Saved Passwords or Saved Logins.
5. Choose which password you want to delete or search for a specific password with the search bar.
6. To delete one password at a time, click on the password and then click the Remove button at the bottom of the window.
7. To remove all the saved passwords, simply click the Remove All button at the bottom of the window and then confirm that you want to do so.
Google Chrome (Mobile)
1. First, tap on the Menu button that looks like three vertical dots in the top right corner of your screen.
2. Tap Settings in this menu.
3. Now, tap Passwords and a list will open.
4. Tap on the password you want to remove from the saved list
5. After you tap on it, you can delete it by tapping the Delete button which may look like a trash can.
6. To delete all the saved passwords, open your Settings menu, tap Privacy under the Advanced section, then tap Clear browsing history and select clear saved passwords and then tap Clear and confirm.
1. Open your Settings App.
2. Locate the Safari option.
3. Tap on Passwords and Autofill.
4. Tap Saved Passwords.
5. Tap on Edit in the top right corner.
6. Now you can select which passwords you want to delete and then tap the Delete button.
7. To delete all passwords go to the Safari settings menu, scroll down and tap Clear Cookies and Data, and then confirm your choice.