View Saved Passwords Chrome (View / export / import)
Google Chrome is one of the fastest browsers. However, loading speeds are not everything when browsing the Internet. Saving passwords is also important to get quick and easy access to all portals. But how can you view saved passwords in Chrome? This is actually quite simple. Google Chrome offers a separate section for this, which deals with many different functions to the password. Making Chrome passwords visible is one thing, but there are many other solutions here!
View Chrome passwords or even export them:
In this section, it is also possible to export Chrome passwords so that they can be used on another device. As a user, you should only be aware that the data is then stored unencrypted on the computer and can also be viewed by other people. The export of the passwords should therefore be completed quickly and the password file should be deleted again quickly afterwards.
This is how you can display passwords:
- Launch Google Chrome
- Click on the three dots in the upper right corner
- Select “Settings”
- Click in the middle on “Passwords”
- Here you can find your passwords. Click on the eye to display the passwords. You may have to enter your Windows login password
This is how you can export Chrome passwords:
- In the same area next to “Saved passwords” click on the three dots and select “Export passwords”
- Confirm the hint that your data is unprotected by the export
- Depending on how you log in to Windows, you still need to verify yourself
- Choose a location for the CSV file
This is how you can import Chrome passwords:
- Click again next to “Saved passwords” on the three dots and “Import”
- Select the location
You want to import your passwords in Google Chrome, but you don’t have the “Import” button? This is how you can solve the problem:
- Enter the following in the address bar: chrome://flags/#PasswordImport
- Change the corresponding setting to “Enabled” and restart the browser
- Now the “Import” button is available in Chrome!
Displaying or exporting passwords in Google Chrome is really easy. But as always, you need to know where the corresponding setting is located. We hope that this tutorial has helped you. You can also find tutorials for this and many other topics on our Youtube channel. We look forward to your visit there as well!
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