Like many web browsers, Google Chrome is able to save and restore login credentials and passwords. Provided that you give him permission, of course!
This system saves you from having to remember your login and password on some of your favorite sites. All you have to do is position your mouse in the form and it will automatically fill in. However, over time it may be that by dint of manually entering your password, you end up forgetting it. A very problematic situation in terms of protecting your privacy on Google Chrome, especially if you try to use a different computer than yours.
View Saved Passwords on Google Chrome
- Open the menu of your Google Chrome browser at the top right and click on Parameters.
- A new page is displayed. Scroll down until you find the section Automatic entry. Then click on Passwords.
- A list appears on the screen. There you will find all the sites where your login credentials have been saved by Google Chrome. Note: you can find a specific site by searching in the dedicated bar at the top of the page.
- Click on theeye icon. The password is displayed.
You now know the password used for the site in question. If you want to cancel this memorization, know that it is quite possible: just click on the 3 dots icon, next to the eye and on Remove.
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- How to delete frequently visited sites on Google Chrome?
- How to delete previous entries on Google Chrome?
- How to change a password saved on Google Chrome?
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