Is your web browser is saving password and username in its browser memory so you’re automatically logging in even after the logout? Here is the best solution for this problem.
Do you know why your account log in page remembers you your password and username. I tell you. There is a minor reason behind this problem to be occurred. I think you will have ever seen a box for Remember Password when you goes to sign in. The problem starts with this box. The box asks you – Would you like to remember password for your email id?
If you click on button Remember Password, your browser saves username and password of the related account and shows them in your log in form whenever you want to log in.
In reality, it is not the functionality of Gmail or other account log in page to save remembered passwords, rather it is the task of browser to save your remembered passwords when you allows the browser after clicking on Remember Password button. So, follow the given steps to remove remembered password in Mozilla Firefox.
Click on Firefox button and Go to Options and again select Options. Follow the picture below.
Firefox – options
Now, Go to Security in the next pop up screen and make sure that ‘Remember passwords for sites’ is unchecked. Click OK.
Uncheck Remember passwords for sites
After applying these steps, go to your Gmail or other account log in page. You’ll find that your saved passwords and usernames has now been removed.
How To Remove Remembered Passwords in Google Chrome
If you use Google Chrome instead of Firefox, you need to follow some steps in Chrome to remove remembered passwords. Have a look:
Click on Customize and Control button in Google Chrome and Select Settings as the following picture.
Open Settings in Chrome
Now Click on Show advanced settings.
Show advanced settings in Chrome
At last uncheck the term Offer to save passwords I enter on web under Passwords and forms.