Manage and view saved passwords in Chrome browser

In this post, we will see how to manage and view saved passwords in Google Chrome web browser. Chrome will save your login usernames and passwords for the various  websites you visit. When you save them, it will automatically complete the sign-in fields for you the next time you visit the websites. Earlier, we have seen how we can manage Passwords in Internet Explorer using Credentials Manager– now let us see how to do it in Chrome.

Manage passwords in Chrome

Open your Chrome browser and from the top right Chrome menu button, select Settings. Alternatively, you can simply type chrome://settings in the address bar and hit Enter.

Scroll down and click on Show advanced settings. Now scroll down to the Passwords and forms section and click on the Manage passwords link.

Manage and view passwords in Chrome

You will a list of all your saved passwords. The passwords will be hidden by asterisk marks. To see them, click on the Show link.

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Chrome will ask you to enter your Windows login password. This is good security measure added by Chrome.

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Once you enter it, you will be shown the password.

Here you manage and delete the saved passwords. When Chrome offered to save a password, if you clicked Never for this 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. Once you have finished, click on the Done button.

If you wish, you can sync the passwords to your Google Account, so that they are available on other computers you’re using. For this, you will have to be signed in, into your Google account.

Not many of you may know this. Google Chrome browser includes a built-in Password Generator, which can generate complex passwords for you. Go check out the built-in Chrome Password Generator … or perhaps you wish to use our freeware PassBox, or other desktop password manager or online password managers, to generate or save your passwords.

Learn how to manage saved passwords in Firefox here.

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