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This article shows how to manage and display passwords stored in the Google Chrome web browser. Chrome records your user names and passwords for the various websites you visit. If you save them, the login fields will be filled automatically the next time you visit the websites. We used to see how to manage passwords in Internet Explorer with the Credentials Manager – now let’s see how to do it in Chrome.
Manage passwords in Chrome
Open your Chrome browser and select Settings in the upper right corner of the Chrome menu . Alternatively, you can simply enter chrome://settings in the address bar and press Enter.
Scroll down and click Show Advanced Settings. Scroll to section Passwords and Forms and click the Manage Passwords link .
You will receive a list of all your registered passwords. Passwords are hidden by asterisks. To see them, click on the link Show.
Chrome asks for your Windows login password. This is a good safety measure from Chrome.
After entering the password is displayed.
Manage here and delete stored passwords . If Chrome offered to register a password when you clicked Never for this page, your password will not be registered and the page will be added to a list of passwords that will never be registered. You can also delete all URLs you have saved in the Never list. When you are finished, click the Done button.
If you wish, you can synchronize your passwords with your Google Account so that they are available on the other computers you use. You must be logged into your Google Account.
Perhaps few of you know this. Google Chrome Browser includes an integrated password generator that can generate complex passwords for you. Visit the Chrome Password Generator … or use our Freeware PassBox or other online desktop or password managers to generate or save your passwords.
Learn how to manage passwords stored in Firefox.