How to Switch Off Built-in Password Manager in Your Browser – A lot of modern web browsers (including built-in passwords) tend to have your website login details saved so you don’t have to keep retyping them in whenever you want to log into your account. Although, if you have plans of using another person’s password manager or probably you don’t have plans of storing any personal data in your browser anymore, you’ll just have to turn off/ disable the built-in password manager to avoid the Save Password prompts. This article is going to stand as a guide in helping you disable your built-in password manager. Read on and find out how it’s done.
For Google Chrome
Disabling the built-in password manager in Google chrome, follow the steps below.
- Head to Google chrome on your PC.
- Tap on the Menu button which is three dots at the top right.
- Head to settings.
- Tap on Password which is beneath the Auto-fill option.
- Go to the Offer to Save Password option. Switch off the Auto Sign-in option if your tired of getting signed up into some websites using stored credentials.
That’ll be all on the disabling built-in password manager in Google chrome on your computer/ PC.
For Mozilla Firefox
For the disabling of built-in password in Mozilla Firefox, follow the steps below.
- Head to the Mozilla Firefox and tap the Hamburger Menu (it’s the three-horizontal line on the top right).
- Select the Privacy and Security (located on the left pane).
- Untick the check box next to the Ask to save logins passwords for web. Exceptions could be made depending on your choice.
If your done with that, you’ve down a great job so far. The build-in password manager has been successful disabled.
Disabling built-in password manager on the Microsoft Edge, follow these steps.
- Go to the Microsoft Edge on your computer.
- Tap on the Menu button.
- Select the Profiles tab located on the left pan and select your profile if you’ve got different various profiles saved in your browser.
- Tap on Password.
- Turn off the button/ toggle beside Offer to save passwords.
We’ll that’s all on that. Easy right? So, you’ve successfully disabled the build-in password manager on the Microsoft Edge on your PC.
Disable Built-in Password Manager in Chrome, Firefox and Edge to Avoid Annoying Popups
The guide above saves you the stress of getting pissed off at the annoying popups. Follow them s d enjoy the cool be features of Chrome, Firefox and Edge on your PC/ Computer.