How to Export Chrome Passwords

This is a complete guide on how to Export Chrome Passwords and save them locally. If you are a daily user of Internet Browsers like Google Chrome, Firefox or Opera, you know that whenever you log in to any website using your username and password, you will be notified by the browser to save your password for future use. Next time when you try to login to their website again, the browser automatically fill the Id and password for you. Now we all know that Google Chrome is one of the most popular and secure Internet Browser for Windows, Mac and Android Users.

Among the qualities of Google Chrome is your built-in password supervisor in the internet browser. Google Chrome provides a challenging competition to a lot of full-scale password management applications. One reason is Google’s decision to remind customers to store their passwords. Considering all the ease provided by Chrome’s password manager, it does not yet incorporate the operation to export passwords. Google Password manager is very strong and advanced.

Export Chrome Passwords

Google enables users to import their Chrome passwords into another password manager. Google Chrome browser allows you to import bookmarks, browsing history, and other settings from Internet Explorer or Firefox browser. But the one issue is that it does not have a choice to export or backup passwords that are stored.

Sure, there’s a free extension named LastPass, but even it does not help much either to get an offline backup. Additionally, you may just find Show stored passwords alternative under Google Chrome alternatives.

If you’re interested in a way to replicate or export your saved passwords from Google Chrome browser, then you will find two ways on the market. You may either use the recently introduced Import/Export attribute or use a third party software for your job.

How to export Chrome passwords?

If you want to check and see all the saved passwords stored on Google Chrome then follow these step:

Open Google Chrome Browser and then click on the 3 dots button on the upper right side corner.

Now select settings from the list of available options.

Now Click on Advanced and then click on Manage Passwords.

Click on the 3 dots as shown in the below image.

Click on Export Password > Enter user password.

Select the location to save passwords and its done.

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