Once you are signed in to your Facebook account in your web browser or Facebook app on your smartphone, you don’t really have to sign-in again for a very long time. This is why we tend to forget Facebook account passwords so often – simply because we didn’t use them for a prolonged period of time.
And then suddenly when you actually have to re-login or login from a different device, you scratch your head trying to remember what the password was. Fortunately, there is nothing much to worry about because there is a high probability that your Facebook password is stored in your web browser.
Using a freeware tool SterJo Facebook Password Finder, you can easily recover the Facebook credentials stored in various web browsers on your Windows PC. It is a portable tool and you don’t have to install anything on your computer.
You have to right-click on FacebookPassword.exe and select Run as administrator in order to launch it. This is necessary for the tool to detect and access the saved passwords. There are two scenarios where it will fail – if you have password protected the passwords stored in your web browser, and if you are using a 64-bit version of the Firefox web browser.
All the Facebook credentials that it has found will be displayed in its window. Each of these will display the web browser, the login username and the password. You can save them to a plain text (TXT), HTML or KeePass database file. You can also copy these credentials to the clipboard so that you can paste them on the login screen in your other web browsers.
SterJo Facebook Password Finder is handy if you have forgotten your Facebook credentials but remember saving them in a web browser in your PC. Instead of manually looking for them in all the browsers, you can use this little tool to find them quickly.
You can download SterJo Facebook Password Finder from https://www.sterjosoft.com/facebook-password.html.