Try Google Chrome’s built-in password generator right now!

Do you want to try the Password Generator offered by Google Chrome in future versions of the browser to create accounts?, here is the way. Password generator that the Chrome team has been working on for some time for the Chrome browser which, when it detects account creation pages, shows a key pair icon which, when clicked, suggests strong passwords for new accounts.

Today’s update for dev. The channel added the “enable password generation” flag to the about:flags page. If you are interested in testing this feature now, just enable this flag in dev. channel.

Activate and test the built-in password generator in Google Chrome

1. Visit about:flags in the browser

2. Find the activation password generation flag and click the activation button below it

3. Restart the browser.

Now, from the Chrome menu, log in to the browser.

Visit Nytimes.com and try to create an account by clicking on the “Register Now” link which will take you to the Nytimes.com registration page.

Here you can see the keys icon in the password field, click it to generate the password in the password suggestion dialog. You can continue trying new passwords by clicking the “Reload” icon at the end of the password field.

Once you want to use the generated password, click on the “Try it out” button which fills in the Automatically Retype Password field. Google Chrome, is probably the first browser to offer password generation feature for users?

What do you say about this feature? share with us in the comments.

To update: After enabling the password generation flag, you can see the option “enable automatic password generation” added and selected in Advanced Settings Passwords and Forms.

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