How to save Password in Chrome manually

In this article, we will see how you can manually store your username and passwords in Google Chrome. Know how to use your browser to keep your passwords handy on any device you use with your Google account syncing the credentials across them.

Google's latest update regarding passwords: It's very easy to forget login credentials. Most people are worried about forgetting passwords. So in this article for you, we will see how you can save your credentials - your login id and password on Chrome. This fills in your ID and password automatically the next time you visit the sites. You need to enable the setting of Google Chrome's built-in password manager on your personal laptop and Android phone. But before enabling it, please read this article to know what precautions should be taken to ensure the confidentiality of this data.

An old-fashioned password notebook might seem like a secure place to keep your passwords, but it's risky and inconvenient to use one every time you want to log in to an account online or access sensitive information on your computer. You can save passwords in Chrome manually, keeping them all in one place but keeping them safe from prying eyes at the same time. Here's how to save passwords in Chrome manually and keep them secure.
Please follow these steps.

First step: Open Google Chrome on your personal laptop or mobile phone and click the three-dot available in the right top corner.

Second Step: Select the setting and head to autofill in the left sidebar.

Third Step: Then tab on "password" and enable the offer to save password option.

Precaution: You can turn off this option if you do not want to save passwords in Google Chrome.

Fourth step: once you save this option, the browser wants to ask for the password every time you log in. You can also view the already saved password every month.

You can use this process for the iPhone and iPad also, but remember only one thing: three-dot available in the bottom right corner.

Conclusion: This feature is useful only if you are using a web browser on Google Chrome and using a personal gadget ( like a personal laptop, Android phone, or iPhone). This auto password save option is also very harmful if you are using it in shared areas like offices or internet cafes. Please don't follow this method. All your data is at your own risk. "Google clearly stated this in our policy." Please read carefully and then apply.

With the help of this process, Google Chrome automatically saves passwords, which is a great convenience feature. However, it can lead to problems if someone else accesses your computer and starts going through your saved passwords. If you're using a public computer, for example, or one that might be left unattended for extended periods of time—such as at an Internet café—it would be wise to manually create a password list on Google instead of allowing it to auto-fill in. That way, you can take full control over what sites are saved and where they are saved. You can also rest easy knowing that they won't get accidentally synced across devices by Google.

If you want any clarification regarding this, please visit the Google Help Center for a better resolution of any doubt.



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