Microsoft Edge can save passwords for websites and services (such as email, social media, bank, etc.) you frequently visit, so the next time, you don’t have provide the credentials again for a faster sign in experience.
If you’re setting up a password manager, or you’re switching to a new web browser, the Chromium version of Microsoft Edge also includes an option to export your saved passwords to CSV file that you can then import into another application or download for safekeeping.
In this guide, you’ll learn the steps to export all your passwords with their respective account information saved on Microsoft Edge on Windows 10. (You can also perform the same task on Google Chrome.)
How to export passwords on Microsoft Edge
To export saved password from Edge, use these steps:
Open Microsoft Edge.
Click the Settings and More (three-dotted) button on the top-right corner.
Click on Settings.
Click on Profiles.
Under the “Your profile” section, click the Passwords option.
Click the More actions (three-dotted) button next to “Saved passwords” and select the Export passwords option.
Click the Export Passwords button.
Confirm your account password.
Select a folder to save the .csv file containing your passwords.
Click the Save button.
Once you complete the steps, you’ll end up with a .csv file with all your saved Microsoft Edge passwords, which you can open using Excel or import to any password manager that supports the .csv file format.
When you export your passwords, anyone with access to your device can open and view this information, as such it’s important to save the file in a secure location.