If you’ve used the Google Chrome web browser, you’re probably aware that it contains a password manager. Similarly, the brand-new Microsoft Edge browser has a password management feature. The Edge browser’s password manager allows you to remember passwords for your most frequently visited websites. Passwords saved in the Edge browser save you the trouble of having to remember them again and over.
Although the Edge browser’s password manager is really useful, we sometimes save passwords that we don’t want to save. For security reasons, keeping passwords to banking websites on a browser is never a good idea. So, if you’ve stored the passwords to any confidential sites on the Edge browser by accident and want to erase them, you’ve come to the proper place.
Steps to Delete Saved Passwords in Microsoft Edge Browser
This post will walk you through the process of removing stored passwords in Microsoft Edge. Simply follow some of the basic procedures outlined below to complete the process.
1. Open the Microsoft Edge browser on your PC first.
2. Click the three dots in the Edge browser, as seen in the figure below.
3. Select Settings from the drop-down menu.
4. Click the Profiles option on the Settings page, as indicated in the figure below.
5. Scroll down to the Passwords option under the Your Profile section.
6. You’ll see a list of all the passwords you’ve stored. Select the passwords you want to get rid of next.
7. At the top of the page, click the Delete option once you’ve made your selection.
That concludes our discussion. You’ve completed your task. In the Microsoft Edge browser, here is how you may erase stored passwords.
So, this article will show you how to erase stored passwords in Microsoft Edge. I hope you found this material useful! Please pass it on to your friends as well. If you have any questions, please leave them in the comments section below.