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You can securely manage user names and passwords within your profile with user names and passwords stored in Windows. You can automatically enter user names and passwords stored for various network resources, servers, websites, and applications to authenticate. In this post we will see how to add, delete, edit, save, restore Registered user names and passwords and login information under Windows 10/8/7.
Stored user names and passwords
To directly access the Stored user names and passwords control panel, open Admin from the WinX menu, type the following rundll32 command and press Enter.
The Registered user names and passwords field opens.
Here you can see the registered passwords and user names.
To add a new receipt, click the Add button and enter the required data as follows:
To delete a registered password , select the credentials and click the Delete button.
To change a password, click the Change button. Here you can edit the details.
This may be a Windows connection or a Web site or program password.
It is always a good idea to save the saved user names and passwords . To do this, click the Save button to open the next wizard.
Select the backup location, click Next and follow the wizard instructions.
If necessary, you can restore the backup at any time by clicking the Restore button and navigating to and selecting the location of the backup file.
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