How to Backup Saved Passwords in Edge Browser?

When attempting to connect into a website, the Microsoft Edge browser offers users the option to remember online passwords. You won’t need to remember the password after saving it for later use. The Edge browser automatically fills in the login information when you return to the same website. Now, this feature can be pretty helpful because you just have to set a password and the browser does the rest of the job for you. However, to make the feature even more interesting, a built-in feature of Edge allows you to export computer-stored passwords. Therefore, you may back up the passwords you’ve saved in your Edge browser without using any other software or extensions.

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How to Backup Saved Passwords in Edge Browser?

Use the following steps to backup saved passwords on Edge:-

Step 1: Launch the Edge browser on your computer.

Step 2: Next, go to the Settings from the drop-down menu after clicking on the Options menu (three dots).

Step 3: Choose the Profiles option from the left pane menu at this point.

Step 4: Select the Passwords option from the “Your profile” section.

Step 5: After that, click on Export passwords from the menu by clicking the three dots next to “Saved passwords” in the pop-up menu.

Step 6: Click on the Export passwords button on the pop-up box.

Step 7: At this point, either enter a password or press your finger on the fingerprint reader to confirm the account.

Step 8: After finishing, File Explorer will be launch.

Step 9: Choose the location to save the exported CSV file in the “Save as” dialogue box.

Step 10: Then, name the file.

Step 11: Finally, click on the Save button.

Note: The Excel program can be used to open CSV files. The password is kept in plain text in this file, making login information viewable to anyone with access to your computer.

That is it.

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