How to Export the Password from Google Chrome Browser

We use internet for our everyday use to collect information news and to stay connected with our friends. For this purpose, we use a lot of different platforms that need authentications and we set username and password to get it authenticated to those platforms.

It’s sometimes very hard to remember all of the passwords, so we use our browsers saved password feature which basically saves the password in our Browser and when we access the website it automatically entered the username and password so we don’t need to remember that username and password.

When we have saved username and password in Google Chrome. We can also backup saved usernames and passwords for our future use.

To back up the password from Google Chrome, follow these steps. Open Chrome browser and in address bar type chrome:// flags

Find password export option and click on default and select enable from the drop-down menu.

Now restart Google Chrome by clicking on Relaunch now. After browser relaunch go to chrome://settings/passwords and press enter. 

Now you will be able to see the list of the saved password.

Click on three dots of saved passwords and click export passwords.

It will show you a warning that your password would be visible to anyone who can see the exported file,  click export passwords.

Now it will ask you to enter your Microsoft Windows Administrator user credentials and click ok.

It will ask you to select the location where you want to save the password exported file. Select the location and click Save.

Now you can go to the directory where you have saved the password file.

Double-click the file to open it and in the file, you will be able to see the website the website address and the username and password for that website.

Please make sure that you have saved this file in a safe location so that no one else can access the file otherwise your accounts will be compromised. we suggest you save this Excel exported file with a password to make sure no one else can access the file.

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