If the primary browser on the Mac you are using Safari, you probably know about its useful ability to store and expose passwords – thereby greatly facilitating the passage of authorization on sites. Moreover, the browser allows you to view all saved passwords and even edit them, if the need suddenly appeared. Let’s find out how to do it.
Instruction is quite simple, so go straight to the point.
- Open on your computer Safari.
- In the menu bar, go to browser settings. You can also use the keyboard shortcut Command + , (comma).
- Go to the “Passwords. For access you will need to enter the password of the account.
Immediately after this we will be able to view all saved passwords. In order to see the hidden data, select the desired resource. If necessary, the passwords of accounts you can edit or delete.