Google Chrome's new feature allows you to access password changes on each website

Google Chrome added new quick access to the password manager. Within the password manager, there is also new quick access to access the password change for each website on which you are registered.

The Internet has become part of a lot of people's lives, whether it's playing, working, or just in moments of leisure, or even reading news. Therefore, you probably have one or more user accounts on some websites such as social media. And it is recommended that you have a strong enough password to withstand attempts at user theft.

Google Chrome is one of the most widespread browsers in the world and has a password management system that allows you to keep track of all the passwords you save, as well as suggest passwords when you sign up for a new website. However, accessing the password manager has never been easier than now.

The funny thing is that in this update the US company has introduced a "Change Password" button that will take you to the password change section of each website, to have quick access to this section, which is very useful if you have received a password theft notice, or you simply realize that you want to change your key.

Google Chrome has a shortcut to the password manager in a very accessible place, to make access to this submenu of the settings easier. All you have to do to access this point is:
  • Tap the user image in the upper right corner
  • Select the key icon under your email address

Once you do, another tab will open where you can see a list of all the websites where you have saved your password. Also, you'll be able to see what email or username you've signed up with. Usually, you don't need to access this part of Google Chrome unless you want to write down your password, because Chrome autocompletes the user and password fields when it detects that it has them saved.

This quick access to the manager is useful when you want to change a user's password because by clicking on the eye icon, you will be able to see what the current password is so that when asked when setting a new one, you do not doubt what it is. Also, Google can update the password automatically in its registration.

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