Autofill saves our time by suggesting the information that we may have used previously while filling an information online. If Autofill is enabled, whenever we login any site it will suggest the username-id, or if we are filling an online form, it will suggest the information which we have used while filling the form earlier. But if you do not want to see saved information each time you fill out anything online, just disable the Autofill option. This article describes the steps for How to Disable Autofill in Google Chrome?
Steps to Disable Autofill in Google Chrome:
Step 1: Open the Google Chrome browser window on your screen. At the top right corner of your browser’s window, you have a Customise and control Google Chrome (1) button. Click it. Some option will pop out. Choose Settings (2) among those options.
Step 3: Now some more setting options are added to the Settings tab. Scroll down till you find Passwords and forms section. Now to disable the autofill unmark the two checkboxes beside Enable Autofill to fill in web forms in a single click and Offer to save passwords with Google Smart Lock for Passwords.
Step 4: The list of address or credit cards, you stored to the browser will appear. To delete this simply select each address and credit card information individually and click the close sign to delete the particular information. Once deleted you will not find it in the Auto-fill suggestion.
Step 6: A Passwords dialog box is opened. There is an Auto Sign-in checkbox If you unmark it you will be asked for the credential each time you login. You can delete some stored password that is listed under Saved passwords. Simply click the close sign to delete the saved password.
Once a password is deleted, you can not Auto Sign-in for that site.