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How To Save Passwords on Google Chrome Automatically


Google Chrome gives you the option to save your various internet passwords. Each time you log on to a website, the browser asks you if you would like for it to add it to your list of saved passwords. However, you can set the browser to save your passwords without prompting you to approve the action. This tutorial will walk you through how to set Google Chrome so that it automatically saves all of your passwords.



Save Passwords on Google Chrome Without Asking

Open Google Chrome. Type the following code in the address bar, followed by the Enter key:

chrome://flags/

Click Save passwords automatically - Skip the passwords prompt and save passwords automatically > Enable:


Click Relaunch Now.

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