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Google Chrome’s built-in password manager is not the safest password manager on a web browser. However, this tool still ensures to adequately serve the basic needs of users, not inferior to specialized password management software.
In this article, we will learn how to safely remove saved passwords from Chrome in bulk at the same time.
Basically, to delete all passwords saved in Chrome and sync it to other devices with the same Google account, you just need to do a few extremely simple taps.
First, open your Chrome browser and sign in with the Google account you want to remove the saved password in.
Next, click the vertical three-dot menu button in the top right corner of the screen to open the system menu, then click “Settings”.
From the “Privacy and Security” section, select the “Clear Browsing Data” option.
Navigate to the “Advanced” tab and from the drop-down menu titled “Time Range” select the “All Time” option (all the time). This will open a list of all browsing data that you’ve saved on this Google account ever since.
Scroll down and check the box next to “Passwords and Other Sign-In Data” option, then click the “Clear Data” button.
Immediately, all passwords have been stored locally in Chrome and your Google account will be deleted.
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