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Although your passwords appear as dots when you type them into password fields in your Web browser, they are conveniently stored in your computer's keychain access log. This log contains passwords, certificates and keys from websites you've visited and applications that require passwords. Open your Internet browser.How do you check stored passwords?
You can view Windows stored website passwords in Credential Manager app. Here’s how: Open Control Panel, click User Accounts > Credential Manager. Under Web credentials, find the website URL that you want to view its password. Click Show link. Then enter the current Windows password to verify the ownership.