How to Manage Saved Passwords in Google Chrome: 6 Steps

Google Chrome is the world’s most popular web browser for a number of reasons. It’s free, has a superb "Saved Password" feature, and is very easy to use. In fact, it comes with a number of useful features that will improve your online experience. For example, you can have Google Chrome remember passwords for different sites, so that you don’t have to type them it every time you want to login somewhere.

Having Chrome to save your passwords is very convenient for another reason – when you’re using it from another device, you can simply sign in to your Google account. That way, you will be able to use all of the saved passwords. What this basically means is that the only password you need to remember forever is your Chrome password!

Managing Saved Password in Google Chrome

If you want to turn off auto-login for certain sites or some saved passwords need an update, you can do that by calling our toll-free Chrome support number Australia 1-800-413-882. Alternatively, you can do it by opening settings in your browser. To do this, click on the three dots in the upper-right corner of the window, just below the Close icon.

When the drop-down menu opens, you need to choose the option Settings. A new tab will open, where you will be able to change the password settings. The thing you need to do at this point is click Advanced, at the bottom of the page. Look for “Passwords and forms” and click on the option “Manage passwords”.

A list with websites will appear before you, together with passwords you’ve used for them. You will have an option to delete or edit the passwords, but also to turn of the automatic sign-in for the sites you choose. On the same page, you will able to see a list of commonly-visited websites for which you’ve never saved a password.

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