To view passwords saved in Internet Explorer:
Step 1: Launch Internet Explorer browser. Click on the small Gear icon (see the below picture) that appears at the upper-right of the browser window (just below caption buttons) and then click Internet Options to open the same.
Step 2: Here, switch to the Content tab.
Step 3: Under AutoComplete tab, click Settings button to open AutoComplete Settings dialog where you need to click Manage Passwords button to open Credential Manager window.
As an alternative, one can open Credential Manager by typing Credential Manager in the Start screen, changing the search filter to Settings, and then pressing the enter key.
Step 4: Once Credentials Manager is launched, select Web Credentials to view all saved usernames and passwords in Internet Explorer browser. Just click the down-arrow button next to an URL to view the saved username for that URL.
As you can see in the picture, Credential Manager hides the password ***** asterisks. In order to view the password ***** under asterisks, click on the Show button next to the Password, and then type your Windows account password. Click the remove password ***** to remove the selected URL, username, and password.Even though Credential Manager allows you backup saved Windows log-in credentials, it doesn’t offer an option to backup web passwords. We need to use a third-party tool called IE PassView to backup passwords saved in IE.
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