(Picture) Chrome is about to allow users to edit saved passwords.

According to third-party survey data, 7 out of every 10 devices worldwide run Chrome. Many people use it for daily Internet use, but also many people rely on it to manage their passwords. Chrome’s built-in password tool offers a lot of useful features, but there’s a long-standing weakness — editing passwords.

(Picture) Chrome is about to allow users to edit saved passwords.

(Picture) Chrome is about to allow users to edit saved passwords.

According to the latest reports, Google has been working on the feature in the hope of “password editing in desktop settings.” New features should appear in Chrome 86, 87, or 88, but that’s just a guess, and everything can change depending on the progress of development.

Last year, the search giant implemented a similar feature in android browsers, essentially allowing mobile users to edit passwords without any other apps. However, the feature has not yet been officially launched and will need to be activated by experimental Flag.