If you do not like the idea of Passwords being stored by web browser, you can find below the steps to Prevent or Stop Safari from Asking to Save Passwords on your MacBook.
Safari Browser Asking to Save Passwords
A common occurrence when you try to login to any website on your MacBook is the annoying Safari pop-up, asking whether you want Safari to save Password.
While there are users who like the idea of Passwords being stored by the browser, there are others who are not comfortable with Passwords being by Safari browser.
Hence, we are providing below the steps to prevent Safari from Asking to Save Passwords and also the steps remove Passwords already stored by Safari browser on your computer.
Stop Safari Browser from Asking to Save Passwords
Follow the steps below to stop the Safari Browser from asking to Save Passwords on your Mac.
1. Open Safari browser on your Mac > click on Safari Tab in top-menu bar and select Preferences… in the drop-down menu.
2. On the pop-up screen, switch to AutoFill tab and Uncheck User Names and Passwords option.
After this, you will no longer find the Safari bowser on your Mac offering to save passwords.
Delete Passwords Stored By Safari browser
After preventing Safari browser from asking to save passwords, the next step is to make sure that none of your passwords are stored in Safari Browser.
1. Open Safari browser > click on Safari Tab in top-menu bar and then click on Preferences… in the drop-down menu.
2. On the next screen, switch to Passwords tab and enter the Password for your User Account on Mac.
3. On the next screen, select the Website for which Safari browser has stored Password and click on the Remove Button.
4. On the confirmation pop-up, click on Remove to delete the password for this partcular website.
5. Repeat the above steps for other websites for which passwords have been stored by Safari browser.