Browsers like to be useful. They know that on a PC, they are your main way of communicating with the Internet: with them you can access your favorite news pages, you can buy online, access your social networks and countless other things.
Precisely because of that desire to be useful in your day to day offer to save your passwords, so you do not have to remember them. That is why, every time you log in to a web and enter the password, the browser will ask if you should remember it or not. This behavior can be somewhat annoying, so we’ll show you how to disable it.
Before continuing, it is worth commenting that if what you are looking for is a way to have your passwords stored and in an easily accessible place, then you can try with password managers, but they are not infallible either.
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To prevent Chrome from prompting you to save your passwords, go to the Settings menu via the button at the top right of the screen, and then click Show advanced settings. Once there, scroll down to the Passwords and forms section.
When you have located it, uncheck the option Ask if you want to save your web passwords.
In the mobile version of Chrome, go to the options menu and Settings. There you will see the option Save passwords. If you are in Yes, click on it to deactivate it.
If you use Firefox and do not want the browser to remember your passwords or ask you to do so, then go to the menu at the top right of the screen and select Options. It will open a new tab with all the settings of Firefox distributed in several sections. The one that interests us is Security.
We click on it and, where it says Logos, we deselect Remember site credentials.
In the mobile version of Firefox, go to the browser menu and select Settings. There go into Privacy and scroll until you see the section Logins. It deactivates Recall credentials.
If on the contrary you are Vivaldi user, you go to the bottom left of the screen and press the button to show the side panel. When it opens, click the gear to display the options. A new window will appear with all the Vivaldi configuration options distributed in sections. In this case, we go to Privacy.
To turn off the saved passwords in Opera, type operates: // settings in the navigation bar. The settings are opened in the tab you have active. We are interested in the Privacy and Security section.
Click on it and look for the section Passwords. There we uncheck the option Ask if web site passwords are saved. Interestingly, in the mobile version we have not found how to disable passwords saving, deleting deletion only navigation data.
If you use Microsoft Edge as your daily browser, go to the menu at the top right of the screen. Scroll down until you see the View Advanced Settings button. Press to display the rest of the settings.
When they are opened, scroll down again to show Offer password saving. Change its status to off by pressing the button.