How to change your Google Chrome password or reset it

Google Chrome is the world’s most popular browser, with nearly 70% of the desktop browser market share. The email address and password details that you use in Chrome are the same as the Google account details that you use for Gmail, YouTube, and other Google-adjacent websites. So, to change your Chrome password, you must change your Google account password.

In this article, we outline how to change your Google password from within the Chrome browser. We also discuss how you can recover your user account if you’ve forgotten your password altogether.

How to change your Google Chrome password

Click on your user avatar picture at the top-right of the browser interface (Image credit: Google)

Google Chrome password

Select Manage your Google Account (Image credit: Google)

Google Chrome password

Click on Security (Image credit: Google)

Google Chrome password

Select Password (Image credit: Google)

Google Chrome password

Enter your current Google password (Image credit: Google)

Google Chrome password

Submit a new Google password, and confirm the password by entering it again (Image credit: Google)

The Google Chrome browser uses your Google account details for user identification. You can edit your password at accounts.google.com. A quick way to get to this page from within the Chrome browser is to click on your user avatar (at the top-right of the screen, beside your extensions), and select Manage your Google Account from the drop-down menu.

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