Depending on your browser settings, Firefox might be storing usernames and passwords for websites that you access using the Firefox browser. However, you can easily delete saved passwords in Firefox, in case you do not want Firefox to store such information.
Delete Saved Passwords in Firefox
Follow the steps below to delete saved passwords and user names in Firefox browser. You should be able to use these steps on Windows 10 computer and also on a Mac.
1. Open Firefox Browser on your Windows Computer or Mac
2. Next, click on the 3-bar Firefox Menu button located at the upper-right corner of your window (See image below)
3. From the Firefox Menu that comes up, click on Options (See image above)
4. On the next screen, click on Security option that you will see in the Firefox Sidebar Menu (See image below)
5. On the Security Options page, click on Saved Logins… button that you will see at the bottom right of your screen (See image above)
6. On the next screen, click on the web site or web sites that you wish to remove in the list, and then click on Remove (See image below)
7. You can click on Remove All to delete all saved Passwords and User Names so far saved by Firefox web browser.
Disable Firefox From Remembering Passwords
While having Firefox Web Browser to remember Passwords and User Names is convenient, especially the way Firefox remembers this information and pre-fills User Name and Password information whenever you visit these websites.
However, there are many users who do not want to entrust their web browser to take over this function. Luckily, it is easy to stop Firefox from keeping track of your User Names and Passwords.
1. Click on the 3-bar Firefox Menu button located at the upper-right corner of your window
2. From the menu that comes up, click on Options (See image above)
3. Next, click on Security option, in the left sidebar menu (See image below)
4. On the Security screen, make sure that Remember logins for sites option is unchecked (See image above)