How to disable the Chrome popup that invites you to save passwords


We are not going to say that the popup that Google Chrome launches to make the password of a website where we have entered remain in memory is something bad. Not at all, since it can be of great help to certain users who want to have all this information safely in their Google account.

But it may be that, because we already have a password manager or for another reason, that we don’t want to use it and it is a real nuisance that it is jumping this window every two by three to try to save the username and password that we have just entered.

If you are one of those users who does not use it and you do not want to have to close this popup every so often in Google Chrome, then you should continue reading, because we are going to tell you how you can remove it.

Let’s stop preambles and let’s see how to delete this facet of the Google browser.

How to disable the password popup

As we told you, the fact of having a window that tries to save the username and password of a website that we have just visited, can be something really good to save all that information, at first.

But there are users who do not want it and prefer other third-party solutions, because they are more visual, better finished and, above all, because they offer more options. Although for that the Google one should be deleted, so that it does not bother.

Using Chrome settings

For this need we have two methods that are not excessively complicated to perform.

Let’s look at the first option:

  • We open Google Chrome and click on the three vertical points in the upper right corner of your window. browser.
  • Next, we click on Setting.
  • Now it’s time to click Autocomplete in the tab on the left and then go to password managerwhere we can see a list of all your saved passwords.
  • We can also go to the Password Manager faster by doing click on your profile icon next to the three dots in the upper right, and then pressing the icon passwords key shaped. This will automatically take us directly to the manager.
  • We can disable the popup by clicking on the option Ask if I want to save passwords.
disable password window

Using Chrome Flags

Another way to disable the password popup is to use Chrome Flags.

This part of Chrome is where the experimental options that allow users to customize their browsers. We can enable them, even if they are not by default.

Although these are indicators that may improve your browsing experience, it is important to know that they are experimental features and therefore have not been fully tested.

This means that you have a risk part, as it can cause stability and security issues, data corruption, or browser crashes. This does not have to happen, but it is convenient that you know that the possibility exists.

That said, the steps we must follow are these:

  • Let’s go to Chrome Flags by typing chrome://flags in the address bar.
  • We will see a list of functions that we can enable or disable.
  • We wrote the Password in the search bar and look for Password Manager Reauthentication (Password Manager Reauthentication).
  • When we have found it, we click on the drop-down menu and click on disabled.
  • Click the button Relauch at the bottom to restart your browser and allow the feature to take effect.

If this second option doesn’t work out for you and you can’t find it, don’t worry because the flags, being experimental, are removed and added as Google needs.

The good thing is that now you know how to remove the password window from Google Chrome so that it stops bothering you, which will make browsing a little easier for you.


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