This post shows students and new users the steps to export passwords from the Google Chrome web browser. Google Chrome has a built-in password manager that is useful for auto-fill purposes. You may want to look for other third-party password managers, as the one available in Chrome may not be the most secure.
If you need to export your password stored in Google Chrome to migrate to other password managers, the steps below will show you how. When you export Google passwords, it is stored in the .CSV file format.
You can then use this file to import your passwords into a secure password manager or just keep it handy on your computer. Regardless of what you want to do, exporting passwords from Google Chrome is simple and straightforward.
To start exporting passwords from Google Chrome, follow the steps below.
How to export passwords from Google Chrome
As mentioned above, exporting passwords from Google Chrome is simple and straightforward.
Here’s how to do it.
To export your passwords, you must log into your Google account with your browser profile. Then click on the settings (ellipse) in the upper right corner and select Settings As shown below.
On the Settings page, select Autocomplete and click Passwords mosaic as shown below.
About him Autocomplete ==> Passwords page, click the ellipse (three vertical points) and select Export passwords.
In the pop-up screen, click the Export passwords ... button.
Google Chrome will ask you to enter your Windows password before it will allow you to export Chrome passwords.
Once you have entered your Windows password correctly, you can save the password anywhere you want.
You should do that!
In this tutorial we have seen how to export your saved passwords in Google Chrome. If you find any errors above or have something to add, use the comment form below.