How to Delete Passwords from Safari?

After you're done writing down passwords elsewhere, you can move to eliminating all saved paroles and other login details in Safari. Follow these steps:

  • Launch the Safari browser.
  • In the menu bar, pick Safari > Preferences.
  • Choose the 'Passwords' tab and enter the admin password if required.
  • Select the password you want to delete.
  • Press the 'Remove' button in the lower right corner of the window.

How to Delete Saved Passwords in Chrome?

Even though most of the Mac owners prefer Safari, the Chrome browser is often used alongside with it. Once you need to remove passwords from Google Chrome, take these steps to clear them out in this browser:

  • Launch the Chrome browser.
  • Pick 'Settings' from the menu (three vertical dots) in the upper right corner.
  • Click on 'Security and Privacy'
  • Click on 'Advanced'
  • Uncheck all boxes except "Passwords and other sign-in data"
  • Select the time range from the top
  • Select "Clear Data"

How to Delete Saved Passwords in Firefox?

Much like in Chrome, you can find and remove the stored passwords in Firefox. This is, perhaps, the third most popular browser among Mac owners after Chrome and Safari. Here is a way to get rid of the saved passwords in Firefox Mozilla:

  • Launch Firefox on your Mac.
  • Open 'Settings' from the menu (three horizontal lines) in the upper right corner.
  • Move to the 'Passwords' section.
  • Select or Search for the password you want to delete
  • Select "Remove"