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How to change your Facebook password

This quick guide explains how to change your Facebook password.

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This is a quick guide showing you how to change your Facebook password. To start, login to Facebook, click on the drop-down menu in the top right, and choose Settings.

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From the Account Settings page, click on the Security and Login button to the left of your account information. Click edit next to "Change password."

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Three fields should show up. Type in your current password before proceeding to typing your new one twice.

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Make sure to choose a Strong password and that the second and third fields both match. Click on the blue Save Changes button.

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You're done! You should receive an e-mail from Facebook with the following text: "You recently changed your Facebook password. As a security precaution, this notification has been sent to all email addresses associated with your account."

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