How to Export saved Passwords from Chrome

Manage saved passwords

Managing saved passwords in chrome is a big issue when you are resetting your windows or switching to another machine. Everyone wants to save their passwords.

There are many ways to save your passwords in the chrome but here you will get the easiest way to Export the passwords when you are going to reset your chrome browser.

important links:-
How to export/Import Bookmarks from Chrome
How to Export Bookmarks from Firefox


Just follow these simple steps:-

1:>  Open your chrome browser and type chrome://flags in the search bar and Press ENTER.

2:>  Search for PASSWORDS EXPORT and PASSWORDS IMPORT options and go to dropdown and set it to Enabled.

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3:>  This message will be displayed in the bottom “Your changes will take effect the next time you re-launch Google Chrome.” This simply indicates to restart chrome. Just Hit RELAUNCH NOW BUTTON

4:>  NOW Open your chrome browser and type Chrome://settings/passwords in the search bar and Press ENTER.

5:>  Click the Three Dots which is on the right side of Saved Passwords as shown in figure 1 below and choose the option Import/Export from the drop-down which is shown in figure 2.

figure 1
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 figure 2

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6:>  Just click on EXPORT PASSWORDS and save your passwords in the .csv file.
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7:>  Now enter your windows Username and Password
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8:>   The final step to Export, Download the .CSV file and save passwords at any safe Location you want.


To Import, just click on Import and upload the .CSV file which you have downloaded and password will be saved.

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