You might want to think twice before you let someone borrow your computer.
The most obvious risk of allowing someone else access to your desktop is that they can impersonate you, using any app where you’re already signed in.
Chrome wouldn't display the new password (or ask for the option of saving it).
Deleted the username and password in Chrome settings.
Did you know Google has its own dedicated password manager?
It’s more than just password-syncing built into the Chrome browser — Google’s solution also offers a web app, mobile apps, deep integration with Android, and automatic generation of strong passwords.
I am always trying to use tools which Mac OS X itself gives me, so I've given the Keychain a try.
Google Chrome can save your usernames and passwords for different websites.
It asks automatically if you would like to save the entry.
Alternatively, you can add the details of an account manually on the Passwords screen by following these steps: Passwords recognizes when you enter a new password or login details on a website.
That link opens the local copy of your saved password cache, which is synchronized to every machine where you sign in with your Google account.
And the funny thing is, anyone who visits that page can see the plaintext version of every saved password just by clicking a button.