Google Chrome, like majority of Web Browsers, has got among its options a nice and useful feature which prompts and allows you to save your username and password once you sign-in a website or fill in a form. For some unknown reasons, Google Chrome, all of a sudden and without any warning may stop prompting you to save your passwords despite all the options have been set in a correct way. This means that every time you have to sign-in a Internet service such as your email account for example, you will have to manually type your private information! Let’s see how to solve and fix this issue.
- If you have installed other browsers on your PC such as Firefox or Internet Explorer, run one of them by clicking their icons.
- Now, open the website Google Chrome doesn’t allow you to save your username and password. At this point the browser should ask you to save your private info. Click Yes.
- Now, open your Google Chrome.
- Click the spanner icon.
- Click Options.
- Click the Personal Stuff tab.
- Click the Import Data from another browser button.
- In the from drop down menu, select select Internet Explorer or Firefox (depending on what browser you have just used)
- Tick the Saved Password check box and untick all the other options.
- Click the Import button.
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