Use Google Chrome Password Manager to Show Saved Password

How to Use Google Chrome Password Manager to Show Saved Password hidden under asterisks is the topic of today.

While using Personal Computer/Laptops in Office or home, we usually save the password for our most visited websites like Facebook, Gmail etc.

Although that is not a good practice, because someone may use our system in our absence and can steal important info, but somehow if we wished for our ease to not remember Password and also not to type the password again and again in the presence of another person.

So in case if we want to log in these websites other than home or office or on some other devices, then there are the chance that we have forgotten the Saved Password and there is nothing except asterisks.

Use Google Chrome Password Manager to show Saved Password Hidden under asterisks

But don’t worry, the topic of today is for you and after going through the topic you can easily see the hidden password in Google Chrome Browser. Although there are many online applications, software and may be Google Chrome extensions but this trick is easy and without any risk.

How to Use Google Chrome Password Manager to Show Saved Password hidden under asterisks:

Use the following simple steps to show saved password hidden under asterisks using Google Chrome Password Manager:

1 – Open Google Chrome and Go to the three vertical lines at top Right Corner of Google Chrome browser.

2- In the Menu Click the Settings

chrome password manager

3- In next windows scroll down and Click on “Show advanced Settings

4- Scroll down and click on “Password Manager

5- A new Windows will open that will display Login Details of all websites whose Password was saved on the computer.

Chrome Password Manager Revealer

6- Just click on the web whose Password you want to know and click on “Show”.

7- A windows security alert may appear to tell you that Google Chrome is trying to Show Password, so type Windows Password to allow

this.

8 – Just Type the Windows Password and hit enter.

Chrome Password Manager Settings

9- The Password under asterisks will be shown. You can click to hide it again.

So in this way you can show any saved password hidden under asterisks using Google Chrome Password Manager.

Watch the video to understand the use of Google Chrome Password Manager.

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