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If you are talking about website passwords then you need to use the 'Custom Clean' and not 'Easy Clean'.

You also need to untick 'Saved Passwords' for each browser that you use, and may also need to untick 'Saved Form Information'.
(Some websites save passwords as forms).

Custom Clean will then leave your passwords alone for that browser.

If you use Edge or IE, those are found on the 'Windows' tab, all other browsers will be on the 'Applications' tab.
Here's a screenshot showing those 2 boxes unticked for Firefox; you need to do the same for your browsers.


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