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Password saving is on by default in Internet Explorer, but here's how to turn on or off password saving: In Internet Explorer, select the Tools button , and then select Internet options. On the Content tab, under AutoComplete, select Settings. Select the User names and passwords on forms check box, and then select OK.
Use Microsoft Edge settings to save user name and password information and save time when signing in to websites.
After importing passwords, favorites, etc. into Chrome go back to 3 dots in the upper right> Settings> (at the bottom) Show advanced settings> Passwords and forms> Manage passwords. Click the 3 dots beside each line of login data> Details> click the Eye to see the password. Slow, perhaps, but I don't know of a better alternative. Don
My thinking that I accidentally declined saving particular website passwords. In IE11, I know how to go into Internet Options / Content / AutoComplete Settings, but have not been brave enough to Delete AutoComplete History for fear that I would never be able to save any passwords again. I am not a techie and don't understand how to use regedit.
Passwords are stored in the browser Settings, in Edge it's in the Advanced Settings. Windows also has a Credentials Manager that stores all passwords on the PC. Type Credential in Start Search, open it, to view a password it will prompt for your Windows password or PIN to know it's you.