Use the Show Password feature to view the actual saved password. Image Credit: Image courtesy of Apple Step 5. Unless it's an open or guest account, each user account on your Mac has a password associated with it. Depending on your security settings, you may be prompted to enter your password when you log on to your Mac and when you install. GO to the Apple menu and choose “System Preferences” followed by the “Users & Groups” control. This time, when you click Show Password, you will be asked to enter your admin username and password. If you forgot your username, click on the Apple logo at the top of your screen and check the username of the account you are currently logged in as. Now, the password will show in the box beside Show Password. This video will show you how to find Wifi password on Mac. Please like and subscribe my video. Open the Utilities folder in Finder. You'll find the Finder icon in the Dock or you can open the Utilities.
Go to your Safari menu bar, click Safari > Preferences then select the Autofill tab.
Click the Edit buttton to the right of User names and passwords to see stored User names.
Your passwords are stored in Keychain Access located in /Applications/Utlities
In the Keychain Access window select Passwords on the left.
Type in the name of a website you want to see your password for in the search field top righrt corner of that window then double click that Keychain then select the Attributes tab then click: Show password You may be prompted for your admin password.
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You can also use Siri to view your passwords by saying something like 'Hey Siri, show my passwords.'
Autofill your Safari user names and passwords, credit cards, Wi-Fi passwords, and more on any device you approve. iCloud Keychain keeps your passwords and other secure information updated across your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac.
Learn how to set up iCloud Keychain.
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AutoFill automatically enters things like your previously saved credit card details, contact information from the Contacts app, and more.
Learn how to set up and use AutoFill in Safari on your Mac.