Microsoft Edge now has a password manager on Windows 10

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Windows 10 comes with Microsoft Edge – the company’s default browser for windows 10. The browser now includes a password manager on Windows 10 which is a very nice addition. With the built-in password manager, users will be save their credentials on Edge and use those to login to websites. The feature is functional on Build 10147, which was leaked earleir today – if you’re using 10147, you can find the Password Manager by heading over to Settings>Advance Settings>Offer to save password on Edge.

Obviously, this may not replace your default password manager – however, a built-in password manager should be highly appreciated by regular users. If you use a password manager, do you plan on switching to Microsoft Edge’s password manager in the near future? Discuss in the comment section below!

Via: Neowin

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