How To Export Google Chrome Passwords

We often rely on Google Chrome to remember our passwords for different websites. But, what if we need to migrate to a new device or just want to keep a backup? The good news is, Google Chrome enables its users to export their saved passwords. In this tutorial, we will guide you through this easy process.

Getting Started

To export your Google Chrome passwords, you first need to access Chrome’s password manager. Here is how you can do it:

  1. Open your Google Chrome browser.
  2. Click on the three-dot menu located at the top-right corner of the browser.
  3. From the dropdown menu, go to Settings.
  4. Scroll down or use the search bar at the top and find Passwords.

Exporting Your Passwords

Now that you have accessed the password manager, follow these steps to export your passwords:

  1. Click on the three-dot menu situated next to the “Saved Passwords” section.
  2. Click on the Export passwords option from the dropdown menu.
  3. Google Chrome will ask you to confirm by entering your computer password.
  4. Once confirmed, choose a location on your computer where you want to save the .csv file containing your passwords.

Note: The exported file will contain your passwords in plain text. Therefore, it is crucial to store it in a safe and secure location.

#Example of exporting Google Chrome passwords
#1. Open Chrome -> Click on three-dot menu -> Go to Settings
#2. Find Passwords
#3. Click on three-dot menu next to "Saved Passwords" -> Click on "Export passwords"
#4. Enter computer password for confirmation -> Choose where to save the .csv file


And that’s it! You have successfully exported your Google Chrome passwords. Remember, the security of this file is crucial as it contains sensitive data. Make sure you delete the .csv file once you’re done using it or store it in a secure location.