How To Enable Password Autofill In Chrome to Save Time

If you’re tired of typing in your credentials every time you sign in then I’ve got a solution for you. There’s an option in your Chrome that will let the browser automatically fill in the details once the credentials are saved, but not many users know about it. And if you’re looking for the same then this article is the one for you.

I will show you how you can enable this feature and save a lot of time and effort. So, let’s get started. 

How To Enable Password Autofill In Chrome

On PCs

  1. Launch Chrome
  2. Go to Settings > Autofill > Passwords
  3. Turn on the ‘Auto Sign-in’
Chrome Auto sign in Windows

On Android

  1. Launch Chrome 
  2. Go to Settings > Passwords
  3. Turn on the ‘Auto Sign-in’
Chrome Auto sign in Android

And it’s done. You’ll now notice the Chrome will automatically fill in the details in the sign-in pages you have visited. 

FAQs

Is Chrome autofill password Safe?

Yes. Chrome autofill password is completely safe to use. 

Is it safe to save passwords in Google Chrome?

It’s not the safest of options, but yes you can use it to save your passwords. If you want better security then you can go with Bitwarden.

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Satish Shah

Satish Shah

Satish is a programmer and technology enthusiast. He writes comprehensive guides on a variety of technology topics.