I have scores of entries in Chrome "Settings" / "Passwords" .

When I go to from "Settings" / "Passwords" to the "google account" link Password Manager, the list is a lot shorter.

A bit of background. When I switched my email from Freeserve to Gmail I also started using Outlook on my PC.
Sometime later it seems I unknowingly initiated 'sync' with google. I gather that causes my passwords to be stored in in the google Password Manager.

Can I now delete all the entries in the Settings/Password list?

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The bigger question. Do you have this information on backups so a failure on your PC or Google doesn't lock you out of websites you use?

That would be your first concern IMO.

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The bigger question. Do you have this information on backups so a failure on your PC or Google doesn't lock you out of websites you use?

That would be your first concern IMO.

Yes I do

commented: Then you are good to go and try the deletes. +15

Working through them slowly. Seems ok.

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