Google Chrome and Chromium, by default, offer to save login details such as username and password for websites that you tried to log in to. While the built-in password manager feature is convenient, there are times when you no longer want to save passwords for specific websites. You might also want to disable the username and password autofill feature altogether. This includes installing third-party password managers such as LastPass, and you only wish the username and password to be stored in one place.
You can delete saved usernames and passwords on Google Chrome or Chromium from the browsers' settings page. The password autofill feature can also be completely disabled from the same place.
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