Ever been in a situation in which you can’t remember your account’s password? With so many accounts all over the internet and multiple logins, it becomes very difficult to remember all the passwords. If someone keeps the same password for all the accounts, it is a great security threat. Google thought of it and along with great extensions added a password manager in the Chrome browser. So, we thought why not tell you how to manage your password in Google Chrome in 2022.
This feature can save passwords for you and autofill them when needed. It can also suggest some strong passwords, which you can keep to secure your account easily. There are ups and downs in all the cases. If this feature is a boon it also has a drawback as if you use some other browser to log in and you don’t remember your password you have to manually enter by checking it on the Chrome password manager. So the question is how to use it and manage your password in Chrome.
Manage passwords in Google Chrome
This can be used when you need to check the library of saved passwords.
Step 1 – Open Google Chrome (both MAC and Windows)
Step 2 – Click on the three-dot burger icon
Step 3 – Select Settings from the drop-down list.
Step 4 – Scroll down a little to find Advanced and click on that.
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Step 5 – Head to Passwords.
Step 6 – You will find all your saved passwords here.
There will be two toggle buttons offered in this setting, to save passwords and auto-login. Auto-login will directly log you in on the known sites. If you use a personal computer you can use this feature. We advise you to toggle on Offer to save passwords, by this Chrome will ask you if you want to save username and password for the current site.
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Are you not satisfied with Chrome’s built-in password manager? We suggest you try 1Password. It is one of the best password managers available on all platforms across all devices. The application saves passwords for you and also warns you against vulnerability. 1Password has a Google Chrome extension making the process hassle-free. As the name suggests, all you need is 1 password to remember. Just log in to the application’s account and all your passwords will be saved in its library as soon as you enter them.
This is how to manage your password in Google Chrome, if you use any other way do share with the rest of us in the comments section below.
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