Microsoft Edge lets you manage passwords in Windows 10. Although the feature is pretty basic, it is good enough and meets the purpose. Like most browsers, Edge also supports Form-fill. This feature remembers your oft-filled information and offers to fill the web forms automatically for you.
To enable Passwords and Form-fill, you will have to open Edge and click on the 3-dotted More actions link in the top-right corner. Click on 'Settings' then scroll down and click on the 'View advanced settings' button. Under 'Privacy and Services', you will see two sliders, 'Offer to save passwords' and 'Save form entries'. Simply move the buttons to the On position.
This will ensure that the next time you fill passwords or fill forms on any website, Edge will securely save this data. If you wish to manage the passwords, click on the 'Manage my saved passwords' link, to open the panel. here you will see the list of websites for which Edge has saved your login username and passwords. To remove a website, click on the X sign on the right side. To change a password, click on the website name. A new panel will open, displaying the website URL, the username and password. The password will not be visible but will be represented by dots. You can change your username and password here, then click on the 'Save' button to save your changes.