It can be a hassle to retain the login details of our frequently visited websites. But to take away this burden, many of us allow browsers to save our usernames and passwords of various websites, which is one of the most convenient ways to get pass through the login screen. These login credentials are stored locally within the browsers’ settings. But at times, we may need to access and log in to those websites on different devices or to permanently shift to a newly bought device such as a laptop or a phone. For that, one definitely needs their login details handy. In that case, we’ll have to scrounge through the browser’s settings to view all the saved passwords of the concerned websites. But how to exactly do that? Read on to know more.
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Google Password Manager is a password management solution that saves your passwords in your Google account and syncs across all the logged-in devices. This can come in really handy when you need to access and log in to various websites on different devices like desktops, phones and tablets. All the saved passwords are safely secured into your Google account and can be checked and managed by going onto passwords.google.com.
In just a couple of clicks, you can find all your saved passwords on Chrome in one place. Here’s how.
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How to view your saved passwords on Edge
To view your saved passwords on Microsoft Edge, it’s pretty straightforward and very similar to Chrome. Check out the steps below.Also Read Forgot Gmail password? How to change or reset Gmail account password on mobile and laptop
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View your saved passwords on the mobile version of Microsoft Edge in a few easy steps. Here’s how.