One of the nice features of the Chrome browser is that it remembers your passwords if you allow it to. But that can be a problem if you accidentally enter a bad password or create an account with a typo in the in the log-in. Your browser can bring up that bad information, again and again, leading to all kinds of log-in problems. I’ll show you how to fix it both on your PC and on your phone/tablet.

We’ll do the PC first. Click the little 3-line menu button on the top right of the page.

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Choose Settings from the drop-down menu.

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Scroll down and click on Show advanced settings.

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Scroll down to Passwords and forms. Click Manage passwords.

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You can now scroll down and select the account you want.

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Click on the website and you’ll be able to change the username and password. You can also click the x to delete that password completely.

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For the mobile Chrome browser, tap the 3-dot menu icon at the top right.

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Choose Settings from the drop-down menu.

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Scroll down to Save passwords and tap on it.

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Find the account you wish to  delete under Passwords. Tap on the account to open.

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Then choose delete.

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To edit all of your saved Google passwords from one convenient place, go to passwords.google.com.

From there you can manage all of your save passwords for Chrome on any device.

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~ Cynthia