Chrome not updating passwords

If the browser is obsolete, you could consider uninstalling the current version, downloading the latest version from the official website and installing it.

If updating/reinstalling the browser doesn’t help save the passwords, you can proceed to the following troubleshooting: The cache files in Google Chrome store information that help load cached webpages faster when you open them.

You can enable it as follows: Open the address chrome://settings/content/cookies on the Google Chrome browser. However, the browser also offers (prompts) to save the password. Open the address chrome://settings/passwords in the Google Chrome browser.

Some of the common reasons why Google Chrome does not offer to save passwords, and respective solutions are: However, sometimes, Google Chrome cannot and does not offer to save and remember a password entered on a website, despite the password can be saved and remembered in Firefox and/or Internet Explorer (IE) web browser.

The procedure for the same is as follows: Open the address chrome://settings/clear Browser Data in Google Chrome.

Fo to the Advanced tab, select All time and the first four options as shown above and click on Clear data.

While developers work to fix the password saving issue (hopefully), here’s a workaround to get the password for websites that having issue saved in Google Chrome for automatic filling in on next visit.

Greetings, I'm a new user who just got 1Password for Windows on my PC with the Chrome extension.

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Not the worst problem in the world, but also kind of annoying.

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