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How to Export Saved Passwords in Google Chrome


You can have Google Chrome remember your passwords for different sites. Whenever you sign in to a website, Chrome asks if you want to save your account info for that site.

If you like, you can export your saved passwords in Chrome to a .csv file to have as a backup.

This tutorial will show you how to export your saved passwords in Google Chrome to a .csv file from within Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10.



Here's How:

1. Open Google Chrome.
2. Click/tap on the Customize and control Google Chrome (More) button Name:  More.png
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If you like, you could also enter chrome://settings/passwords into the address bar and press Enter to directly open Manage Passwords at step 5.

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3. Click/tap on the Advanced link at the bottom. (see screenshot below)

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4. Click/tap on Manage passwords under the Passwords and forms section. (see screenshot below)

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5. Click/tap on the More actions Name:  More.png
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6. Click/tap on Export passwords. (see screenshot below)

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7. Click/tap on Export passwords to confirm. (see screenshot below)

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8. Enter your Windows sign-in credentials to allow this, and click/tap on OK. (see screenshot below)

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9. Navigate to where you want to save the Chrome Passwords.csv file, and click/tap on Save. (see screenshot below)

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10. You can now close the Settings tab in Chrome if you like.


That's it,
Shawn