Manage your website passwords
This article applies to the Google Chrome browser on Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chromebooks.
Google Chrome can save your usernames and passwords for different websites. The browser can then automatically complete the sign-in fields for you when you next visit these websites.
These passwords are stored in the same system that contains your saved passwords from other browsers. On a Mac, Google Chrome uses the Keychain Access to store your login information.
All these passwords -- including the passwords you've saved from other browsers -- can be synced to your Google Account, so that they are available on other computers you're using.
- Click the wrench icon on the browser toolbar.
- Select Settings.
- Click the Personal Stuff tab.
- Adjust your password settings in the "Passwords" section:
- Select "Offer to save passwords" if you want Google Chrome to prompt you to save your password every time you sign in to a new website.
- Otherwise, select "Never save passwords" if you don't want Google Chrome to ever save your passwords.