Google Chrome’s password manager is a built-in feature that allows users to save their login credentials for different websites. When you enter a login password for a website, Chrome will ask if you want to save the password. If you choose to save the password, it will be securely stored in Chrome’s password manager. Next time you visit the website, Chrome will automatically fill in the login credentials for you, saving you the time and hassle of manually entering them. This built-in password manager encrypts your password and stores it securely. It also allows you to check, edit or delete any saved password. You also have the option to sync your saved passwords across multiple devices if you are signed in with your Google account.
How to check on mobile
To check your saved passwords in Google Chrome on mobile, you can follow these steps:
- Open the Chrome app on your mobile device
- Tap the three dots in the top-right corner
- Tap “Settings”
- Tap “Passwords”
- Enter your device’s lock screen password or biometric authentication to access the list of saved passwords.
How to check on desktop
To check your saved passwords in Google Chrome on the desktop, you can follow these steps:
- Open Google Chrome on your computer
- Click the three dots in the top-right corner
- Click “Settings”
- Scroll down and click “Advanced”
- Under the “Passwords and forms” section, click “Manage passwords”
- Enter your computer’s login password if prompted
- You will now be able to view and manage your saved passwords.
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