Passwords change over time, and it’s possible that Chrome has a few stored passwords that are wrong. If you want to delete a stored password from Chrome for whatever reason, here’s how it’s done.
Delete Passwords from Google Account
If you sign into Google Chrome with your Google account, it is likely you will need to delete the password from your account with these steps.
- Open your saved passwords page at passwords.google.com.
- Sign in using the same account you use with Chrome.
- Locate the website in the list, then select the “X” next to it to delete it from your account.
Delete Passwords from Desktop Browser
Some passwords are stored in the browser. Use these steps to get rid of those.
- Open Chrome and type “chrome://settings/passwords” in the address bar, then press “Enter“.
- Locate the website in the list, then select next to it to delete it from your account, then select “Remove“.
Delete Passwords from Mobile Browser
If you have passwords stored on your Android or iPhone, use these steps to delete them from the Chrome mobile browser.
- Open the Chrome app, then select the “Menu” icon at the upper-right corner.
- Select “Settings“.
- Select “Passwords“.
- Tap the website you wish to remove.
- Tap “Delete” or the “Trash” icon located at the upper-right corner of the screen..
What is the location for the file that stores Chrome passwords?
- Windows – %LocalAppData%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Login Data
- MacOS – %%users.homedir%%/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/*/Login Data
- Linux – ~/.config/google-chrome/Default/Login
How can I delete all of the stored passwords at once?
There does not appear to be a way to delete multiple passwords at once at the time of this writing.