Need to view passwords saved in Chrome? It is easy and I'll show you below.
If you're using Google Chrome to surf the web you are probably letting it save your passwords. This is convenient because when Chrome knows your passwords it can log you into websites automatically.
From time to time you may want to see what a specific password saved in Chrome is. Maybe you want to use it somewhere else, or are just wondering what it is because you're having trouble logging into a website.
To view passwords stored in Chrome follow these six simple steps:
Start Chrome web 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.
Once you locate the password you want to view, click on the eye icon - also called "Show password" - located to the right of the password.
If you use a computer password to lock your computer (you should), you will be prompted to enter your computer password.
If you don't use a computer password to lock your computer, skip this step.
You can now see what your password is.
Be careful when viewing passwords. If there are people around you they may be able to see what your password is. Only view your password when you are alone and it is safe. View it as quickly as you can, and then hide it again by clicking on the eye icon again.