You can delete passwords from Chrome if you don't need them any more. It is a good idea to remove those password records that you are no longer using to help avoid confusion and keep your passwords tidy and organized.
Most people never delete passwords from Chrome because they don't have to. Passwords stored in Chrome are out of sights and out of mind. That is the point, to not worry about passwords and have Chrome log you into websites automatically.
Still, sometimes you have to remove a password or two, and because you don't do it often it is easy to forget where and how to do it.
It is not hard, here is how to remove passwords from Chrome.
You can delete one, two or all of your passwords.
To delete passwords from Chrome follow these five steps.
Start Chrome on your computer.
At the top right of Chrome, click on the Profile icon (Step 1).
Then click on the Passwords icon (Step 2).
Click on the three vertical dots to the right of the username and password record that you want to delete.
After you click on the three vertical dots, a pull-down menu will appear. Select "Remove" to delete this password from Chrome.
You have successfully deleted this password from Chrome.
Note: I only had one password saved in Chrome, to demonstrate how deleting passwords from Chrome is done (I use a password manager). If you followed these steps to delete a specific password, and have more than one password in Chrome, the rest of your passwords did not get deleted, only the one specific one.