You know it is difficult to remember all the online passwords. No matter how hard you try, you end up forgetting the credentials every single time. Have you ever thought of saving the passwords on Chrome itself and recalling them when needed? If not, you should start doing it right now!
Whenever you successfully log into a site, Chrome will ask you whether or not you want it to save the username and password. The best thing about this is the browser will automatically enter the user ID and password as you return to the same site. What if you want to view saved passwords On chrome? Well, that’s what this article is all about.
How to View Saved Passwords on Chrome?
You can always access your saved passwords in two methods; for first, Chrome is mandatory and for the second, it isn’t. Here, I will provide you with both the ways so that you can opt for the best in a needy circumstance.
Method 1:- Access Saved Passwords on Chrome
As you read earlier, you should have a Chrome desktop browser for this method to work. Just follow the steps given below and you will have all the passwords right in front of your eyes.
Step 1: First, you need to open Chrome browser on your computer and hit the three-dots button given on the top-right portion of the window.
Step 2: You will get a bunch of options there. What we want is Settings. So, click on the same. Alternatively, you can enter chrome://settings/ to the address bar as well.
Step 3: Scroll down to the bottom on the next page and click Advanced. Then again, you will get many options, which you should scroll down through.
Step 4: You must keep on scrolling until you see Passwords and forms. The next step is to select the option that says Manage passwords.
N.B.– What if you hate scrolling? You can just enter for manage passwords into the search field provided on the top of the page.
Step 5: You will get all the passwords saved so far there. The search field helps you find the exact one you are looking for. After finding the one you want, click the eye button.
Step 6: Here, Chrome will ask you to provide it with the main password of your system (sometimes along with the username). You must enter the right credentials to get access to the saved details.
There you go! You now know how to get saved passwords on Chrome.
Sometimes, you might want to access passwords from other browsers. What can you do then?
Method 2:- View Passwords from Any Browser/ Any Device
The process is quite simple and straightforward. First, you will have to visit a special page from Google, where all your passwords are visible. Don’t panic! Only you can see the page. When others try to visit the same page, they see their saved passwords.
Here you go, passwords.google.com. You need to enter your account password as you land on this page. Use Ctrl+F to find a desired password. The best thing about this method is you get an email saying someone has accessed your list of passwords.
Here also, you need to press the eye button to view the hidden keys.
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Above given are the two easiest ways to see passwords saved on Google Chrome. The password manager on it isn’t perfect. You might feel a few flaws. In case you want a full-fledged password manager, you can look for 1Password, KeePass, or LastPass. These applications need a master key to allow your entry to the list of saved credentials. Coming back to our topic, I hope you possess no doubts. If you do any, don’t forget to scribble it down as comments. We will surely help you get out of the chaos.