Google Chrome autofill option may be helpful while signing into a website but it can be risky as well. Know how you can disable it.
Google Chrome as well as other internet browsers come with autofill form option making it easy to fill up login credentials automatically. This feature is quite useful and takes the annoyance of remembering passwords every time you sign into websites. However, it can also prove to be a privacy nightmare, especially when you use a shared computer or smartphone. In such case avoid the autofill form option. And if you already have saved passwords and login credentials, do not forget to delete them all. You can disable the Google Chrome autofill option for forms and websites on desktop and mobile as well. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how you can do it with ease. Also Read: Google Chrome to bring new screenshot tool soon! Check highlights
How to disable Autofill in Google Chrome
Autofill is usually enabled by default, but you can disable it manually for obvious privacy reasons. Here’s how you can disable or turn off the autofill feature in Google Chrome: