Google has introduced a new shortcut for its Chrome Password Manager, making it easier for users to access their saved passwords.

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The shortcut, which is available for both Windows and macOS, can be added to the desktop or the Start Menu/app drawer. Once installed, it will open a fullscreen UI that cleanly presents everything users need in the password manager.

To add the shortcut, open Chrome and click on the three-dot menu button in the top right corner. Select “Google Password Manager” and then click on “Settings”. Scroll down and click on “Add shortcut” and then select “Install”.

The new shortcut is a helpful addition to the Chrome Password Manager, making it easier for users to access their saved passwords quickly and easily. It is also a good way to keep track of all of your passwords in one place.

In addition to the new shortcut, Google has also added a new notes section to the Password Manager. This allows users to add notes to their saved passwords, such as a loyalty number or other important information.

The new notes section and the shortcut are just two of the latest updates to the Chrome Password Manager. Google is constantly working to improve the security and usability of the password manager, and these latest updates are a welcome addition.

If you are using Chrome, I recommend that you add the new Password Manager shortcut to your desktop. It is a helpful way to keep track of your passwords and make it easier to access them when you need them.