You would like to find passwords saved in Chrome. Maybe you want to know where exactly they are saved, are looking for a specific password, or are curious what passwords you have stored in Chrome.
How did your passwords end up being saved in Chrome? When you're logging into a website with a username (or email) and password, Chrome usually asks you if you would like it to save your password. If you say yes, Chrome will save it and next time you visit the same website it will log you in automatically.
To find passwords saved in Chrome follow these three simple steps:
Open Chrome browser on your computer.
At the top right of Chrome, click on the Profile icon (Step 1).
Then click on the Passwords icon (Step 2).
You are now in the password settings section of the Chrome configuration. Your usernames and passwords saved in Chrome are listed under the "Saved Passwords" section.
You can also access Chrome password settings directly by typing the following in the Chrome address bar:
Using Google Chrome to store passwords is better than storing them on sticky notes or in Microsoft Excel. Still, this method lacks the convenience and security of a password manager.
Read about password managers and how they can make your life easier.