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Monday, August 21, 2017

Chrome Has Stop Asking If I Want To Save Password For A Particular Website

One of the great feature of browsers now-a-days is their ability to serve as a password manager, and Google Chrome browser is no exception. But if you noticed that your Chrome browser have stopped asking you if you wish to save the password you used to sign into a particular website, then the guide below will help you fix this problem.

Fix For Chrome Computer Browser
After you have opened the Chrome browser on your computer, Click the More icon which is at the far left of the address bar, and then select Settings from the menu that will appear.
Or you can just type chrome://settings/ into the Chrome address bar and hit the enter button.

Now, scroll down to the bottom of the Settings page and click on the Advanced button. When it expands, locate the Password and forms section and then click Manage passwords.

Finally, scroll down to the section Never Saved and click the x sign which is at the right side of the website.

Fix For Chrome Mobile Browser
Open the Settings page of the Chrome browser in your mobile device. Refer to the guide above for details on how to do this.

Tap on Smart Lock for Passwords or Save passwords.

In the Never save list, tap the website you want Chrome to start asking to save password for again.

Finally, scroll down to the bottom of the page, and tap the Delete button.

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