Vivaldi browser based on Chromium can remember passwords for different websites you use. Whenever you sign into a website, Vivaldi asks to save your password for that site. The popular Chrome browser offers an option to disable that password saving prompt for websites in its settings, which Vivaldi doesn’t. After installing web browsers, if you configure them to avoid that pop up, here is how you can turn off that annoying password saving prompt shown by Vivaldi browser.

Vivaldi asks to save password for the site

1. Strictly visit chrome://settings/search#a in the address bar

2. Under ‘Passwords and forms’, uncheck offer to save web passwords.

Settings passwords and forms


Visit V menu > Settings > Privacy, under Passwords, uncheck the ‘Save Webpage passwords’

Now check: How to turn off HTML5 Notifications in Vivaldi Browser

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