Google Chrome Password Manager is a great way to keep track of all your passwords in one place. But what if you want to export your passwords from Chrome?
Chrome gives you a way to backup and exports your important contents such as bookmarks, CHrome Settings, Chrome profile, and also Passwords. If you’re like most people, you have dozens of passwords that you need to remember. From your email account to your bank account, there are a lot of login credentials that you need to keep track of. What if there was a way to easily export all of your passwords from Chrome so that you could access them anywhere?
In this blog post, we will show you how to export Chrome Passwords.
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Why do you need to export Chrome Passwords?
There are a few reasons why you might want to export your Chrome passwords:
- You might be switching to a new password manager and need to move all of your login information over.
- It is also possible that you are troubleshooting an issue with your password manager and need to reset everything.
- You might want to have a backup of all your passwords in case something goes wrong.
- Changing the device might have prompted you to export the password from your current device.
- You might want to modify all of the passwords at once and re-upload them into Chrome.
- The Chrome browser on your device might have been compromised by some hacker, forcing you to export the stored passwords and clear everything.
How to Export Chrome Passwords on Desktop?
Now that we’ve gone over some of the reasons why you might need to export your Chrome passwords, let’s get into how you can do it.
Here are the steps to export Chrome passwords:
Launch Google Chrome browser and navigate to the Settings.
From the left pane, switch to the Autofill tab and select Passwords from the right.
Next, click on the three dots next to Saved Passwords, and select Export passwords.
On the warning pop-up, again click on the Export passwords button.
Next, enter your computer password or use your fingerprint for unlocking.
Name your Chrome password file and save it at a secure location on your disk.
Now you can access Chrome’s saved credentials using the CSV file that you have exported.
How to Export Chrome Passwords on Android?
If you are using Chrome on your Android device, then the process to backup passwords is a bit different.
Here’s how to do it:
- Open the Google Chrome app on your Android device.
- Tap on the three dots in the upper-right corner and select Settings from the menu.
- On the next screen, scroll down and select Passwords.
- Tap the three dots in the upper-right corner and select Export passwords.
- Enter your Android device password or use your fingerprint for unlocking.
- Again tap on Export passwords on the warning pop-up.
- Name your exported file and save it to a safe location on your device.
- You should now have a CSV file with all of your Chrome passwords that you can access anytime.
There you have it! Now you know how to backup your Chrome passwords on both desktop and Android. Be sure to keep your exported password file in a safe and secure location.
How to delete Google Chrome Passwords?
If you want to delete all your stored passwords in Chrome, here are the steps that you need to follow:
- On the Chrome browser, click on the settings icon, hover the mouse pointer over More tools, and select Clear browsing data.
- Switch to the Advanced tab, and from the Time Range drop-down, choose the All Time option.
- Next, scroll down and check the Passwords and Other Sign-In Data checkbox option and click the Clear Data button.
- All the saved passwords on Google password manager will be cleared.
If you need to export your Chrome passwords for any reason, we have outlined the steps necessary in this blog post. It is a quick and easy process that only takes a few minutes to complete.
If you are having issues with your Google password manager, resetting everything might be the solution. Remember to back up your passwords in case something goes wrong.
If you think that your Chrome passwords may have been compromised, the best thing to do is export them and change them as soon as possible.
Yes, you can export your Chrome passwords on your mobile device by following the steps in this blog post.
After you have exported your Chrome passwords, it is important to store them in a safe and secure location. You might want to consider encrypting the file for added security.