If you’re like me, you login into a lot of different web sites with a username and password, but it’s difficult to remember them all. Setting Google Chrome to save passwords makes things easier, and Chrome can also tell you what your password is if you forget it. Here’s how.
Open Google Chrome then click the Wrench at the top right corner, then Options.
Under the Personal Stuff tab, Select the Offer to save passwords if you want Chrome to remember your username and password for you in login forms. This is also where you can view a forgotten password. Click on Show saved passwords.
Under the Saved passwords tab you can select the site you need the password for, and it will show the Username in plain text, but to see the encrypted password click Show password.
If you accidentally selected Never remember passwords for this site, but do want the username and password saved, you can change this on the Exceptions tab. In this example I chose not to have the username and password saved for a new account on Google. To change this, select the Site URL from the list, click Remove, then go back to the web site and login again. This time choose to save the password.