Google Chrome is the most used browser by millions of users who use it daily to surf the web.
Undoubtedly when you surf the web, you introduce many passwords since many of the pages or applications require to log in with a username and password to access their services.
And possibly, in many of the cases, you choose to save your passwords in the browser.
Chrome 65 brings the chance of exporting all the passwords that you have been storing in the browser.
If you want to know how to do that, here are the steps.
Step #1: Enable Password Export in Chrome
The first thing you must do is enable this setting since by default it’s disabled
- For this go to the following page: chrome://flags
- Once there, search for “Password Export” and to select in the “Enabled” option in the drop-down menu:
- Now, click on the button “Relaunch Now” to restart the browser and enable that setting.
Step #2: Export Saved Password in Chrome
- First of all, enter the following in the address bar: chrome://settings/passwords
- Once there, click on the three dots in the Saved Passwords line and click on the “Export Passwords” option:
- A popup window appears which informs that all people who have access to this file will be able to see your passwords. Click on “Export passwords“.
- Maybe you need to enter our password if you have one.
- Finally, you can select where to save the file with your passwords.
As easy as that, you can download a file with all your passwords saved in Google Chrome.