How to store passwords on Google Chrome

Since a few days your Google Chrome does not seem to remember the password you use to access the Internet sites? You probably have turned off password storage included in the browser without meaning to, but do not worry!

All you need to do is to start the program and follow the instructions that you find in the guide that I am going to propose.


If you still don’t know how to store passwords in Google Chrome, the first step you need to do is to start the browser, click the menu button located in the top right and select the Settings item from the menu. In the tab, click on the Show Advanced Settings item that is at the bottom of the page to display the advanced settings of the program and look for the Password entry and modules.

At this point, put the check mark next to Offer to save passwords I enter on the web and close the file with the settings of Chrome to save the changes. Mission accomplished! Now the browser should be able to store the login credentials of Internet sites, social networks and online services without any problem.


To test and see if you can actually store passwords in Google Chrome, display a website which provides access to a personal account (such as Facebook) and log in to the latter.


If everything go to the right way, at the top of the Chrome window will appear with a gray bar written inside: Do you want Google Chrome to save your password? To save the password to access the site, then click the Save password button. Otherwise you can click Never for this site and will add the site to which you are logged in to a black list of addresses for which Chrome should never store the password (useful for sites of banks, for example).

You can view and manage all passwords stored in Google Chrome Settings by going into the program and click on the first item Show Advanced Settings and then click Manage saved passwords.

If you link Chrome with your Google account, you can sync bookmarks, history, extensions and saved passwords in the browser even with all the computers on which you will install Chrome connecting it to your Google Account/Gmail.

To make this connection, just open a new tab, click on the item Access (located in the upper right) and fill out the login form with the data in your Google Account. The rest is done in a fully automatic way.

As you can see, everything is very simple but if you want a board begins to review your online habits and replace the function of storing browser-useful but risky for what concerns privacy-with solutions like LastPass and 1Password, which allow you to keep all your passwords in an encrypted archive.