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How To Remove Saved Passwords In Edge

Here’s a simple tutorial on how you can remove saved passwords in Edge.

The world has undergone a remarkable modernization in the last 50 years or so. Things which seemed peanuts are nowadays crawling around us. For instance, one couldn’t even possibly imagine using a portable device that could be a computer, a television, a remote, projector etc. at the same time. All these things are now available in even the most cheapest of smartphones.

Inventing something is one thing but evolving and improving it is an entirely different challenge. That too has been made possible by our amazing brains. Everything is becoming smarter. The iPod started with more than thrice of its width today. Same goes with our web browsers.

Web browsers have undergone immense improvements since the Internet has become available to more and more people. The more widespread availability of it has increased the risk of privacy and data breaches. In making our browsers smart for us, Microsoft has adopted several features in Windows such as the improved SmartScreen and more powerful Windows Firewall.

Microsoft Edge has taken a long time coming. The Internet Explorer has finally found a worthy successor and now it is ready to pass its torch to it. Like Chrome and Firefox, Edge is equipped with the best of features that make our browsing experience even more satisfactory. One of these is the ability to remove saved passwords in Edge.

Edge prompts user to save their passwords if they don’t like entering them again and again. This feature is quite useful for people who own a personal computer. Sometimes, you mistakenly tell Edge to remember a password when accessing your content through a different PC. I’ve mistakenly done it myself too. No need to be alarmed. You can delete that by following the easy steps below to remove saved passwords in Edge.

Steps to remove saved passwords in Edge

Step 1: Open Microsoft Edge.

Step 2: Click on the More Actions button.

Step 3: Click on Settings.

Step 4: Click on the Advanced Settings button.

Step 5: Scroll down to find Manage my saved passwords and click on it as shown in the image below.

Steps To Manage Saved Passwords In Edge

Step 6: Click on the icon to delete that password as shown in the image below.

Final Step To Manage Saved Passwords In Edge

Done. The next time, Edge will not remember to put in your password automatically.

  • Thanks. But I can’t find a ‘further actions’ button. And when I click on the three dots icon to go to setttings, I can’t find Advanced Settings there either.