Does your Google Chrome ask to save password?
Bored of typing password every time you login to Google Account using your personal laptop? Do you want Google Chrome to ask you to save passwords? Well, you can easily do that with the help of our solution steps mentioned below. But before you start following the steps, let us tell you that Google Chrome allows you to save usernames and passwords each time you visit a website.
Google saves the information the first time you visit the site and use it to log you on the next time you visit the website. However, you need to enable the Google settings to make this possible. Here are the steps that can help you enable the Google settings to ask you to save passwords each time you visit the site.
Following steps are applicable for three versions of Windows Operating System, these are Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP. Here’s how you can do it.
The solution to the problem
Follow the instructions to make Google Chrome ask to save password in Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP-based PC:
- Open “Google Chrome”.
2. Click the “Chrome” menu on the browser toolbar and then select “Settings”.
3. Scroll down and then click “Show advanced settings”.
4. Scroll down again and under the “Passwords and forms” section, select the checkbox that says Offer to save passwords I enter on the web.
5. Close the browser and open it again.
6. Login with your account ID on any website and now Google Chrome will offer to save your password.
See, this wasn’t hard at all! You can make Google Chrome offer to save password in Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP-based PC by just following these six steps. So, the next time you get confused with the solutions, simply, browse through the steps above and make the changes as required.