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    How do I change a password saved on Safari?

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    Pau Monfort
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    Like all browsers, Safari has its own secure password manager. It memorizes your login credentials and saves you having to enter them each time you visit. This handy tutorial explains how to access and change your passwords from the software preferences.

    Let's see how to protect your privacy on Safari by learning how to change your saved passwords regularly.

    Change password in Safari settings

    1. Click on the menu Safari at the top left of the screen.



    2. Click on Preferences.

    3. Click on the tab Passwords.

    4. Enter your mot de passe macOS user.

    5. The list of your passwords saved by Safari is displayed.

    6. Select the password you want to change and press Details.

    7. Modify the password field And click Completed.

    Safari only saves passwords for which it has been authorized. It's up to you to decide, when you log on to a website again, if you want Apple's browser to remember your access key.

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