How to make Chrome and Edge stop asking to save passwords

This tutorial will show you step by step how to make Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge stop asking to save passwords.

Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge have a built-in password manager that offers to save all your passwords. When you log in to a new website, Chrome and Edge will ask you to save the password. If you find this annoying, then you can disable these “save password” pop-ups in Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge.

How to turn off “save password” pop-ups in Google Chrome on a computer

1. Open Google Chrome.

2. Click on the ⋮ menu button in the top right corner of your web browser.

Google Chrome menu button

3. Click on Settings.

Open Google Chrome settings

4. Click on Autofill in the left menu or scroll down to Autofill.

5. In the Autofill section, you click on Passwords.

Google Chrome passwords

6. Click on the toggle button next to Offer to save passwords to turn this off.

Make Google Chrome stop asking to save passwords

Google Chrome will no longer show the “save password” pop-ups.

How to turn off “save password” pop-ups in Google Chrome on Android

1. Open Google Chrome.

2. Tap on the menu button in the top right corner.

Menu button in Google Chrome on Android

3. Tap on Settings.

Open settings in Google Chrome on Android

4. Tap on Passwords.

Open the passwords section in Google Chrome on Android

5. Tap on the toggle button next to Save passwords to turn this off.

Make Google Chrome stop asking to save passwords on Android

Google Chrome will no longer show the “save password” pop-ups.

How to turn off “save password” pop-ups in Microsoft Edge on a computer

1. Open Microsoft Edge.

2. Click on the ⋯ menu button in the top right corner of your web browser.

Microsoft Edge menu button

3. Click on Settings.

Open Microsoft Edge settings

4. Make sure you're in the Profiles section.

5. In the Profiles section, you click on Passwords.

Microsoft Edge passwords

6. Click on the toggle button next to Offer to save passwords to turn this off.

Turn off save password pop-ups in Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge will no longer show the “save password” pop-ups.

How to turn off “save password” pop-ups in Microsoft Edge on Android

1. Open Microsoft Edge.

2. Tap on the menu button at the bottom.

Menu button in Microsoft Edge on Android

3. Tap on Settings.

Open settings in Microsoft Edge on Android

4. Tap on Save passwords.

Open the passwords section in Microsoft Edge on Android

5. Tap on the toggle button next to Save passwords to turn this off.

Turn off save password pop-ups in Microsoft Edge on Android

Microsoft Edge will no longer show the “save password” pop-ups.



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References:

Google.com: Manage passwords on a computer

Google.com: Manage passwords on Android