Everyone decides how they want to save their passwords. Some choose to go with password managers, while others may choose to save their passwords on their preferred browser, such as Chrome. Regardless of where you save your passwords, remember to never have weak passwords.
Remember that by saving your passwords on Chrome, anyone you let uses your computer can access those accounts. But, if you know the dangers and still want to keep them on the browser, this is how you can do it and later view the saved passwords you have on Chrome.
Chrome: How to save New Log-in information on Chrome
Once you’ve opened Chrome, go to Settings by clicking on the dots at the top right. The Settings option will be near the bottom.
Once you’re in Settings, click on the Auto fill option on the left, followed by Passwords.
In passwords, you’ll see various things you can to with the passwords besides saving them. You can do things such as save them, check for week passwords, and manage them.
When you check for weak passwords, Chrome will let you know how many you have and offer to create a strong one for you.
After enabling the option to save passwords, the next time you sign into an account, you’ll see a small window that’ll offer to save in your log-in credentials. When you see it make sure to click on the blue Save button.
You can check to see if Chrome saved the login information by going to the Password section in Settings. At the bottom, you’ll see the Saved passwords section. The dots at the top right will show you the option to export the passwords to another browser. The dots to the side of each passwords will show you options such as Edit, delete, or copy it.
That’s all there is it it. That’s how you can save your passwords on Chrome, edit them, or even delete them. After saving your password after being prompted to do so, it’s a good idea to make sure that Chrome saved it correctl.
Some might not think that it is a good idea to save your passwords on any browser. If someone uses your computer, they can easily access all your accounts. But this is not always the case when you never share your computer.Do you save all your passwords on Chrome or only for the accounts you don’t care much about? Share your thoughts in the comments below and don’t forget to share the article with others on social media.
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