Tuesday Tip: Find Your Password on Chrome

You’re on a website you’ve visited before and a box pops up, prompting you to enter your password. Can’t remember what the password is? Allow me to save you the time and frustration of searching for, or resetting, your password.

As long as you’ve used Google Chrome and asked it to save your password, you’re in luck since there are two ways to find your password.

Option 1:

  1. Open a tab using Google Chrome, go to the upper right-hand corner, and click on your Google account circle.
  2. Click Manage your Google Account.
  3. Go to the left-hand menu and select Security, then scroll down to click Password Manager.

Option 2:

Go to your browser’s address bar and type in chrome://settings/passwords. You’ll find a list of all the websites you’ve accessed, the email address you used to sign in, and the password for the site. In addition, Chrome will show the websites for the passwords you didn’t save.

Voila, an easy log in and a happier you!

Marie Brown Stafford: As an Inside Sales Rep at Network 1, Marie uses her empathetic nature and outstanding project management skills to uncover future clients’ needs so she can provide effective recommendations on the services they need to fulfill each one.

Network 1 designs, builds and supports the IT you need to run your business more securely, productively and successfully. Whether you want to outsource all of your IT needs to a reliable, responsive, service-oriented company, or need to supplement the work of your internal IT staff, we will carefully evaluate where you are now, discuss where you want to go and implement and support a plan to get you there with as little interruption as possible.

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