A Guide to Verifying Cards with Windows Hello in Google Chrome



Google Chrome now allows users to use Windows Hello, instead of a credit card’s CVC code, to confirm stored credit cards. This new feature enhances security and convenience for online transactions. Users can toggle this option on or off in Chrome’s settings under ‘Payment methods.’ Enabling it will require a Windows Hello PIN or fingerprint.

This article explains using Windows Hello to confirm credit cards faster than CVC in Google Chrome.

Google Chrome is a cross-platform web browser developed by Google. It and Microsoft Edge share the same codebase. They are practically identical in basic functionalities, using browsing activities, including history and other browsing data, to provide personalized ads, search, shopping, and news.

Your Chrome browser has a feature that provides a convenient way to securely manage your physical credit cards and associated addresses so you can automatically autofill forms when completing a purchase or adding personal details online.

When your credit card is stored, Chrome will prompt you to provide the card’s CVC to confirm before using it. Now, you can use Windows Hello to confirm cards faster without CVC.

This new feature adds an extra layer of security as well as convenience.

Use Windows Hello to confirm credit cards instead of CVC

As mentioned above, a new feature added to Google Chrome allows users to use Windows Hello to confirm saved credit cards instead of a CVC code on the back of it.

Here’s how to turn it on or off.

First, open the Google Chrome browser.

Then click on the Customize and Control (3 vertical dots button) in the top right corner and select Settings.

Google Chrome use Windows Hello autofill passwords
Microsoft Edge browser has more options and settings

On the Settings page on the left panel, click the Autofill and passwords link on the left.

Google Chrome use Windows Hello to confirm credit cards
Microsoft Edge browser privacy search and services page

On the right, select the “Payment methods” tile on the Autofill and passwords page to expand it.

Google Chrome use Windows Hello to confirm credit cards

Users can also use the URL below in the address bar to go directly to the Paymens page in Chrome.


Next, toggle the Windows Hello button to the On or Off position to enable or disable.

Google Chrome use Windows Hello to confirm credit cards

When you turn it on, you will be prompted to confirm the Windows Hello PIN or the fingerprint you signed in with.

On the pop-up “Use Windows Hello instead of CVC?” window, click the “Use Windows Hello” button and confirm your PIN.

Google Chrome use Windows Hello to confirm credit cards

When enabled, you will type your PIN to confirm the credit card instead of the CVC code on the back when you want to use it.

Exit Google Chrome when done.


This post showed you how to use Windows Hello instead of CVC for cards in Google Chrome. If you find any errors above or have something to add, please use the comments form below.

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