Google Chrome Autofill Settings
In Google Chrome, by default “Autofill Settings” are Enabled. You must have noticed whenever you fill up name, email, phone number, address or any form online; Google Chrome has the ability to save those details automatically (if autofill settings are enabled) or you may have prompted to save details, which you have filled. In addition, it may store your card details into the chrome settings, if you allowed. However, there is no harm with this, but still many users do not like chrome autofill settings and looking to turn off or disable it.
NOTE: As you know, Google Chrome recently launched its new Version 59.0.3071.86 on June 5, 2017. Steps given below is for updated Version 59.0.3071.86 of Google Chrome:
Steps To Disable and Enable Chrome Autofill Settings
Hereby, this article will show you gradually guide to Turn ON/OFF (Enable/Disable) Autofill Settings in Google Chrome:
Step 1. Open Google Chrome. Navigate to the Menu Bar (three dots in the top right) and select “Settings”.
Step 2. In the left pane, click main menu of settings to expand, as shown in below image:
Step 3. Now click “Advanced” to expand more options and select “Privacy and Security”.
Step 4. Once you select Privacy and Security, new options will appears on the screen. Scroll the page a bit and under “Passwords and forms” click on Autofill settings.
Step 5. On the next screen, under Autofill settings, you can see by default setting is ON. To make this Turn off/Disable, from the right side, slide the radio button to left and make it off. Once done, close settings tab and start using chrome.
Autofill options have disabled until you will enable it from the Google Chrome settings. To re-enable Autofill settings, slide to right and make it ON/Enable. Alternatively, reach directly to Chrome autofill settings by copy paste this chrome://settings/autofill to the chrome address bar and hit enter button. Then, follow the instruction given on step 5.