In this day and age, the Internet is all around us. It has become part of our everyday lives to the point where we almost can't live without it. One of the most popular web browsers in the world is Google Chrome, and since statistically, Chrome is the most used browser on the Earth, chances are you're using it right now. And why would you? Chrome is packed with features that make your online life both more exciting and safer. Google made sure that their web browser has everything you need to for a safe and secure web surfing experience, including a hidden password generator.
Yes, that's right, Google Chrome has a feature that can generate 100% random, but secure passwords whenever you come across into a password field on a website. Sounds very useful, doesn't it? "But why haven't I heard of this?" you may ask. Well, it's simple, the feature is hidden.
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How do I use Chrome password generator?
It's quite simple, really. Just follow these steps.
1. Type "chrome://flags" in the address bar to gain access to Google Chrome's flags page (still tested utilities that aren't ready to be added in finished browser builds yet are called flags).
2. After that, check the flag that says "Password Generation", make sure its value says "Enabled".
3. Finally, hit the "Relaunch Now" button, which will pop up at the bottom to restart the web browser and enable the changes.
Follow these 3 easy steps and you're done. Now every time you stumble across an empty password field on a website while using Chrome, the browser will come up with automatic suggestions for random passwords as a drop-down option. You can simply choose the randomly generated password instead of trying to come up with hard to guess and equally difficult to remember passwords from now on. We would like to remind users that the flag feature is still in development and may not be 100% optimized or even functional for some users.