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    How to Enable & Edit Passwords Saved in Chrome Browser

    Google Chrome Browser can automatically detect when you are entering a new password for saved credentials of a website & offers you to update it, the web browser now incorporates an option to edit saved passwords manually.

    The ability to update passwords is currently in development, but anyone can enable the feature through the experimental settings (flags) using the latest version of Chrome Browser.

    In this guide, you’ll learn the steps to Enable and edit saved passwords on Google Chrome.


    To enable the feature to edit passwords on Chrome Browser, use these steps:




    01. Open Chrome.


    02. Type the following path on the address bar & tap Enter:

    chrome://flags/#edit-passwords-in-settings

    03. Use the drop-down menu & select the Enabled option.


    04. Tap the Relaunch Now button.

    Once you finished the steps, you can start updating saved passwords.


    To update saved passwords on Chrome Browser, use these steps:


    01. Open Chrome.


    02. Click the horizontal ellipsis menu button in the top-right corner and click on Settings.




    03. Click on Autofill.


    04. Click the Passwords option.



    05. Under the “Saved Passwords” section, click the horizontal ellipsis menu button for the password you want to update.


    06. Click the Edit password option.

    07. Confirm your Windows 10 credentials.


    08. Update the password for the account.

    09. Click the Save button.

    After you Finished the steps, you will need to repeat the steps to change additional saved passwords.



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