Chrome on Windows 11 – 10 asks to enable Windows Hello

Google in Windows 11 and 10 suggests users turn on Windows Hello to protect passwords during autofill. The pop-up window that appears in the upper right corner of Chrome was first spotted in the last week of July, and since August more and more people are seeing it, according to reports from Windows Latest.

The pop-up window titled “Protect passwords with Windows Hello” appears on some installations of Google Chrome. This notification suggests that users turn on Windows Hello for Chrome, emphasizing that it will every useful if they share their device with others.

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By enabling this option, Chrome will use Windows Hello to authenticate the user whenever a saved password is accessed. For those who don't know, Chrome has been supporting Windows Hello since 2020. But Google recently added a new feature that will use biometric methods available on your computer to store or access passwords.

Those facing similar , you can disable the “Google Chrome is trying to fill in your password” popup.

To disable "Google Chrome is trying to fill in your password" when using saved passwords in Chrome, follow these steps:

  1. Open Google Chrome.
  2. In the address bar, type “chrome://settings/” or open Settings via the three-dot menu.
  3. Αναζητήστε “Αυτόματη συμπλήρωση και κωδικοί πρόσβασης” ή “Autofill and ” και μεταβείτε στον Διαχειριστή κωδικών πρόσβασης του Chrome. Μπορείτε επίσης να τον επισκεφτείτε απευθείας από την εσωτερική διεύθυνση chrome://password-manager/settings.
  4. Disable the option “Use Windows Hello when filling passwords” or “Use Windows Hello when filling passwords”.
  5. Restart the browser.

Using Windows Hello to protect saved passwords could significantly increase the security of Chrome on Windows 11. You can follow the same process to enable Windows Hello for saved passwords once the company fixes the bug. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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