In this post, we’ll see how Google’s Chrome web browser will manage and view saved passwords. Chrome will store your login usernames and passwords for the different websites that you visit. If you save them, the next time you visit the websites it will automatically fill in the sign-in fields for you.
Manage passwords in Chrome
Open your Chrome browser and from the top right Chrome menu button, select Settings to open the following panel.
Select Passwords to open the following panel.
Here you can turn off or on the feature to save Passwords, by toggling the Offer to save passwords switch.
You will also see a list of all the websites, usernames and the passwords that Chrome browser has saved for you.
Tap on the vertical 3 lines against Saved passwords to export your passwords and a tiny flyer will pop out. Clicking on Export Passwords will save the list of passwords in the format of.csv.
You will be asked to enter your credentials for login to Windows.
If you want to delete the password or change any saved password information, click against that particular password in the vertical 3 lines and a small flyer will pop up.
To remove the saved password, select Remove.
To edit the password details, select Details.
You will be asked to enter your Windows login credentials before you can proceed to edit the details.
When Chrome offered to save a password, if you clicked Never for that site, your password will not be saved, and the site will be added to a list of passwords that are never saved.
You can also remove any URLs you have saved in the Never Saved list.
If you wish, you can synchronize passwords with your Google Account, so they are usable on other computers that you use. You will need to sign in to your Google account for this. If you want to synchronize Chrome settings with your Google Account, you will also be able to view, manage and edit your Google Account saved passwords by clicking on the link in the Passwords section.