If you’ve used the internet at any point in your life, chances are that you’ve come across that convenient Google pop-up when you’ve signed up for a new site.
Google asks you if you want it to remember your password so that you don’t have to manually type it in next time. Or even have to remember it at all.
The fact that Google will remember all your passwords across devices and even generate secure passwords for you on some sites is reason enough for you to choose Chrome over Firefox as your main browser.
The only downside though, is that sometimes you want to get the password that you used for a particular website, but you don’t remember it because you rely on Google logging in for you.
Well, here’s something that you might not know. Google actually has a password manger that allows you to view and edit all of your passwords that it has saved. And you can access the password manager across all of your devices using this link.