We have so many browsers available all over the Internet one of which is the Edge browser in the Windows 11/10 Operating System. It comes with several features, for example, the Vertical Tabs button, install and uninstall themes, Save Memory with Sleeping Tabs, changing browser settings to default, etc. Along with all of this you also get to save the passwords to various websites and accounts so that it is easier for you to visit the sites without having to enter the password every time.
We use a variety of login information while browsing the internet, such as logging into Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, etc. It is difficult to remember them if you use different usernames, email addresses, and passwords for many accounts. especially if you’re using complex combinations and the best security practices. Because of this, every modern browser has a built-in password manager.
In-built password manager remembers the passwords for you, and when you revisit the same website on behalf of you, it fills in the login credentials. Here, the password manager becomes handy for most PC users. When it comes to security, they aren’t perfect. For instance, the Microsoft Edge password manager claims that your passwords are encrypted, but its exact algorithm remains a mystery. So if you want to take control of your sensitive credentials, it is possible in Microsoft Edge browser similar to the Google Chrome password manager.
How to View, Edit, and Delete Saved Passwords on Edge browser?
Use the following steps to view, edit, and delete saved passwords on Edge browser:-
Step 1: Go to the
Step 2: From the drop-down menu, choose
To open Profiles Settings instead, launch the Edge browser and type
Step 3: Select
Step 4: You may view the website URL, username, and password that you saved while visiting a certain web page in the Saved passwords section.
Step 5: Click on the
Step 6: Edge will ask you for your Windows Password before allowing you to complete the job once you select any of the Copy Password, Edit, or Delete options.
Step 7: To copy, edit, or remove the password saved in the Edge browser, enter the current login password and press the
Step 8: Using built-in options is another alternative if the Edge browser has saved numerous account login credentials and you wish to export them in a file.
To export passwords, go to the Export passwords option by clicking on the
Step 9: Click on the
Step 10: It will request your Windows login information. To proceed, enter the password and press
Step 11: Click on the
Step 12: To examine all the passwords saved in the Edge browser, open the Microsoft Excel Comma Separated Values File with the MS Excel application.
You should learn how to access, edit, delete, or manage saved passwords on the Edge browser once you’ve finished the aforementioned procedures.
That is it.
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