First, this tip assumes you have saved passwords using the Chrome browser and you have a google account. If you do, you will see your initial or image in the upper right corner of the screen. Click the icon or image and then click Manage Your Google Account. Next, look on the left column and click Security, then scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on Password Manager. Click on Go to Password Checkup, then, Check Passwords. You will be asked to sign in again, (entering your password is the way they verify it is you).
The password checker has three levels. Compromised, reused and weak passwords are listed. Click on each to check the passwords to view, change or delete them. The primary concern would be the first category, Compromised passwords. You will want to make sure these are sites you still need and if so, would want to change the password to a more complex one. Follow the steps to change or click on the three dots on the right for additional options, such as delete, which will eliminate the saved site/password.
This is a great tool to use on a regular basis to make sure your saved passwords are not at risk.