Password Managers & Removing Password Records from Chrome
Why use a password manager?
Using a password manager allows users to securely store online usernames and passwords of websites and services in the browser (like Google Chrome) so the user does not have to enter them every time. Just imagine how convenient it is having such a utility that can remember your login credentials to every Web site you visit. Nice, huh?
How a password manager works?
Logins are stored on the online server and passwords are encrypted. Once users are logged into their online account, they are able to complete an online registration and checkout forms with a simple click.
Note: Google Chrome uses its own "PasswordManager" to save a password. Then, "PasswordFormManager" appears between the user interface and the database.
The steps to remove password records from Chrome (as mentioned by Google)
Window users must...
Click the Tools menu.
Click the Personal stuff tab.
In the "Passwords" section, click Show saved passwords.
From the list, select a site and click Remove to clear its username and password. You can also click Remove all to delete username and password records for all the websites you've visited.
Mac users need to utilize Keychain Access to store their login information.