How To View Saved Passwords On Chrome


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Google Chrome is one of the most commonly used browsers and people usually keep their passwords saved to avoid any hassle of forgetting the passwords. But do you know how to view the saved passwords on Chrome ?

Google Chrome is very user friendly and has a built-in feature to save your passwords. Saving the passwords, save your time and also avoid the hassle of resetting the password if you forget it.

Although, it is quite easy to view saved passwords on chrome , but not everyone know how to do that. I am sharing a small tutorial showing you the steps of how to view saved passwords on chrome.

Step #1 – Open Google Chrome and sign in to your browser.

Step #2 – Click on the ‘Customize and control Chrome’ button on the top right corner of your browser. In the earlier versions of Google Chrome it was shown as a Wrench but the new browser has a three lined button.

Click on the ‘Customize and control Chrome’ button on the top right corner of your browser

Click on the ‘Customize and control Chrome’ button on the top right corner of your browser

Step # 3- Go to ‘Settings’ and scroll down to the page.

Step # 3- Google Chrome Settings

Step # 3- Google Chrome Settings

Step #4 – Click on ‘Show Advanced Settings’ and scroll down further.

Step #4 – Click on ‘Show Advanced Settings’

Step #4 – Click on ‘Show Advanced Settings’

Step # 5- Click on ‘Manage Saved Passwords’.

Step # 5-Manage Saved Passwords

Step # 5-Manage Saved Passwords

Step #6 – You will get a new pop up window showing the website you have stored the passwords for. Take your cursor to the website you want to know the password and click in ‘Show’.

Step #6- View Saved Passwords in Chrome

Step #6- View Saved Passwords in Chrome

You are done with it. Wasn’t it simple to view Saved Passwords On Chrome ! No need to reset your password if you forget it. Google Chrome has it saved for you.

 

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