Delete all Autofill entries and saved text in Google Chrome
Do you know that Autofill feature helps you to fill your complete form in just one click? Not only this, but it allows you to fill out web forms with the same information time and time again. Well, Google Chrome saves all your address information at the time when you first fill out a form. It then automatically saves the contact information that you enter and fill it for you again whenever you want.
However, you may not always want this feature to work and in case you have already filled any entries using Autofill feature, then our steps below can help you delete all Autofill entries and saved text in Google Chrome at the comfort of your home, office, or home office. Our solution steps are quick and easy and it can help you make the changes very conveniently.
The solution to the problem
The steps to delete all Autofill entries and saved text in Google Chrome on Windows 7, Vista and XP together are as follows:
1. Open “Google Chrome”
2. Click on the “Chrome” menu, go to “Tools” and then click “Clear Browsing Data”
3. In the dialog that appears, select the "Clear saved Autofill form data" checkbox.
4. Use the menu on the top to select the amount of data you want to delete.
5. Select “the beginning of time” to clear everything and then click “Clear browsing data”.
See, how easily you can delete all Autofill entries and saved text in Google Chrome on Windows 7, Vista and XP-based PC. All you need to do is follow our quick and easy solution steps mentioned below and make the changes as required.
The Windows 7 users can watch the following solution video to have a better understanding on the topic:
The Windows Vista users can watch our solution video for a better understanding on the topic :
The Windows XP users can watch our solution video Here :