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How To Use Google Chrome Password Manager To Save Logins

In this article, we will be explaining how to use Google Chrome Password Manager to save logins.

Chrome features so many unique abilities and that makes it the best browser of all time. However, Chrome also feature Password Manager that creates an archive of passwords for your profiles across various websites. In this article, we will be explaining how to use Google Chrome Password Manager to save logins.

How To Use Google Chrome Password Manager To Save Logins

To save logins via Password Manager in Chrome you’re required to sign into your Google account using Chrome browser, you’ll see a notification that asks you if you want to save the password when you access a website that’s ask you for logins credentials. Just click save and you credentials as already been automatically saved for use anytime.

However, you can locate the saved password In the search bar by clicking Preview Preview (the eye icon) to see what password you are saving.

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How To View Google Chrome Passwords

  • Launch your Chrome browser and click on your Profile icon. 
  • In the drop down menu locate and click on Password (represented by key icon). 
  • A new tab will open showing a list of sites and passwords.
  • Your password will be hidden next to the website and the username, just hit Show password to view them.

How To Edit Google Chrome Passwords 

  • Launch your Chrome browser and click on your Profile icon. 
  • In the drop down menu locate and click on Password (represented by key icon). 
  • A new tab will open showing a list of sites and passwords. 
  • To the far right of your password, is the three-vertical-dot icon and click Edit password.

How To Delete Google Chrome Passwords 

  • Launch your Chrome browser and click on your Profile icon. 
  • In the drop down menu locate and click on Password (represented by key icon). 
  • A new tab will open showing a list of sites and passwords. 
  • Click the three-vertical-dot icon and hit Remove to delete the password.

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