Most popular browsers like Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer will offer to save your passwords saved to make your web surfing more convenient, it's just so much easier when you're logging into websites automatically. Naturally, you don't want anyone but you having access to your passwords. All you have to do is type "chrome://settings/passwords" and you're one click away from the saved passwords. You'll see a "show" prompt will then pop up next to the concealed password, click on it and that it's it, all your passwords are exposed.
Google Chrome security tech lead Justin Schuh has answered the Internet's concerns on the subject. According to Schuh, once an attacker gets past the OS login page, they could possibly find users' passwords along with other potentially sensitive data stored in your browser. Naturally, this has raised some valid concerns about the security and privacy of Google Chrome's users. If you want to turn off this feature from your computer's browser here's how you can do that.
1.Go to Tools.
2.Then go to Options.
3.Click the Security tab.
4.Uncheck "Remember passwords for websites".
1.Again go to Tools.
3.Find the Content tab.
5.Uncheck "User names and passwords on forms".
6.Also, uncheck "Prompt me to save passwords".
1.Press the wrench icon in the top right corner.
2.Click the "Clear browsing data" button.
3.Uncheck everything except passwords.
If you want to make sure Chrome never remembers your passwords then click on the wrench icon again, and select "Options". Select "Personal Stuff", Finally click on "never save passwords".
How to clear existing saved data in Firefox and Internet Explorer:
1.Go back to Tools.
2.Find Clear Private Data.
3.Check "Saved Passwords".
1.You need to navigate Tools.
2.Find Internet Options.
3.Go to the Content tab.
4.The to Autocomplete.
5.Then delete autocomplete history.
To better store and organize your passwords, using a password manager is never a bad idea. A password manager will take a load off your mind, freeing up brain power for doing productive things rather than remembering a long list of unique and strong passwords.
Here is the link to the post that has the information of the top 5 passwords managers, like Cyclonis Password Managers, LastPass, Dashlane, 1Password and Kaspersky Password Manager. They are the ones I recommend you try. Some of them are free password managers, and some of them require a payment. You can pick one by one to test and choose the one match your needs.