If you find that you’re missing a login or password for a website or account, I have a place you can look.  I somehow managed to forget the password to a premium website. I would have sworn to you that I knew what it was, but it turned out I was wrong.

Here’s how to find it. Type ‘credential manager’ into your Windows 10 search box and click on the result.

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When Credential Manager opens, you’ll see both Web Credentials and Windows Credentials displayed.

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Under Web Passwords, you’ll find your username for that account to the right.

To see the account information, click the arrow next to the username.

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You’ll see the username, address of the website, and the hidden password. You click on Show to see your password or on Remove to get rid of the credential.

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You’ll need to supply your Windows password to view the stored password.

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Click the Windows credential tab to view passwords related to Microsoft accounts.

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