Are you unable to find the saved passwords in Chrome browser? If yes, then don’t worry as this article will help you with all possible solutions. Passwords are very important and if lost, it is a nightmare for everyone. We all know how much serious damage can be done when our login details get into the wrong hands.
So always take necessary measures and precautions to secure your accounts and information that is shared with Google Chrome or any other browsers we use on our devices. This article provides the best methods using which you can export/delete saved passwords from your Chrome browser easily without having any headache!
Google Chrome’s built-in password manager is good, however, it’s not the most secure. Are you planning to move to a dedicated password manager? Here’s how you can safely export and delete saved passwords in Chrome.
You’d be better off using a dedicated password manager for saving and syncing all your usernames as well as passwords across your devices. It is more secure and is also convenient because you can generate strong passwords for your accounts. After you set up, you have to remember the master password to the password manager you are using.
How to Export Saved Passwords in Chrome?
You have to import the CSV file generated from Chrome.
- First, export all your saved passwords from Chrome.
- Open the Chrome browser on your computer.
- Click on your profile icon from the toolbar, then select Passwords. OR.
- Enter the “chrome://settings/passwords” path into the URL bar, then click on the Enter/Return key.
- Visit “Saved Passwords”, then click on the three-dot menu
- Click on “Export Passwords”
- From the pop-up, click on “Export Passwords”
- You might be asked to authenticate your identity using the password associated with your Windows 10/Mac account. Enter your password, then click on “OK”.
- Choose the destination for the CSV file, then click on “Save”.
- After the file is downloaded, you can import the CSV file to a password manager.
How to Delete Saved Passwords in Chrome?
- Click on the three-dot menu button from the Chrome toolbar, then choose “Settings”.
- In “Privacy and Security”, click on “Clear Browsing Data”.
- Open the “Advanced” tab, then, from the “Time Range” drop-down, click on “All Time”
- You have to scroll down to reach “Passwords and Other Sign-In Data”. Click on “Clear Data”.
Instantly, all your passwords that are saved in Chrome as well as in your Google account will be deleted. If you liked this article (or if it helped at all), leave a comment below or share it with friends, so they can also know How to Export and Delete Saved Passwords in Chrome?