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How to manage saved passwords in Chrome

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Google Chrome comes with a useful password manager that is already built-in. You can have your browser save and fill in passwords for different websites when you are asked to log in. Here's how to manage all your saved passwords in Chrome.

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How to save a password to Chrome

The first thing you need to manage your saved passwords is to make sure the password is saved is activated, which is done via the password menu. Click on your profile picture at the top right and then click "Password". You can also write chrome: // settings / password in the Omnibox and press Enter.

  Click on your profile picture, then password

Switch the switch with the label "Offer to save password" to the on state (it should be on by default).

  Turn on offer to save password in Settings

Now go to a website where you have to log in, fill in your details and log in. When the form is submitted, Chrome asks you to save your password. Click "Save". Clicking "Never" adds the site to a "Never Saved" password list. We'll show you how to remove a site from the "Never Saved" list below.

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  Click Save to save your password to Chrome

] Assuming you have saved your password, you automatically fill in the login form next time you go to the site's login page. If you have more than one username and password saved for a single site, click the field and select which login information you want to use.

  Select a username and password combination from the list provided

How to remove a Website from the "Never Saved" list

If you accidentally clicked "Never" when Chrome asks you to save your password to a site, so you can remove that site from the exception list. When you delete a website the next time you log in, you will be able to save your password.

Open the password menu by clicking on your profile picture in the upper right corner and then clicking again on "Password". "You can also write chrome: // settings / password in the Omnibox and press Enter.

  Click on your profile picture, then Password

Scroll down to the bottom until you see the heading" Never Saved. "This is a complete list of all the websites you have blacklisted from Chrome's saved password list.

Browse through the pages until you find the post you accidentally sent to this list in the first place, then click X to the right of the URL.

The post disappears and is saved from their living space. Now that you sign in to this site again, Chrome asks you to save your password again.

How to view saved passwords

To see a list of all user names and passwords saved in Chrome, open the password menu by clicking on the profile picture at the top right and then clicking "Password" again. You can also enter chrome: // settings / password in the omnibox and press Enter.

  Click on your profile picture and then Password

On the new tab, scroll down to the "Saved passwords" heading, and you'll find a list of all the usernames and passwords saved in Chrome.

 Full list of all passwords saved in Chrome

To view the password in plain text, click

 Click on the eye icon to reveal your password [19659018] If you lock your computer with a password, you must enter the user name and password before you can see this password.

 Enter your computer's user name and password to continue

When you successfully enter the computer's credentials, the saved password reveals itself in plain text.

 Voila! The password is revealed

How to export your saved passwords

If for some reason you need to export the full list of usernames and passwords, Chrome can also do so.

We do not recommend exporting your passwords unless you know what you are doing or if you really need because everything exported is stored in a CSV file that is not encrypted and when opened can be read as plain text. 19659003] RELATED: What is a CSV file, and how do I open it?

In the Chrome menu next to "Saved passwords", click the setup menu and then click "Export password."

 Click on the menu with three points and then click export password

You are prompted to confirm the export of your passwords, as this is a major security risk due to the file

 Click on the export password button

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When you access sensitive information, you are prompted to enter your computer's user name and password for to confirm this action.

 Enter your computer user name and password information to continue

Select a safe place to store your file and click "Save."

 Save your exported passwords in a secure place

Delete Saved Passwords

If you accidentally clicked save to a password, but you no longer have that account or just don't want your password saved anymore , you can remove them from Chrome as fast as you save them.

From the Password setup menu, click the setup icon (three points) next to the password you want to delete, and then click Delete.

 Click the three-point icon, and then click delete

selected passwords are deleted immediately. A popup will notify you of the change, and if you accidentally deleted it, you can click undo to reset your password.

 Your password has been removed. Click Undo if you didn't mean to delete it.

To delete each entry from the password list, you must first jump to the Chrome settings menu. Click on the three points to the right and then select "Settings." You can also write chrome: // settings / password in the Omnibox and press Enter.

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Scroll Down a little more until you see "Clear Browsing Data." Click on it.

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Follow the prompts, and any passwords you've ever saved in Google Chrome will be wiped clean from your browser. The next time you go to a website, you better hope that you remember your password or have a password manager, otherwise you find yourself clicking on the "Forgot your password?" When you log in.

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