Add note on built-in password managers (#1937)

Add note on built-in password managers (#1937)

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 [Introduction to Passwords :material-arrow-right-drop-circle:](./basics/passwords-overview.md)
 
+!!! info
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+    Built-in password managers in software like browsers and operating systems are sometimes not as good as dedicated password manager software. The advantage of a built-in password manager is good integration with the software, but it can often be very simple and lack privacy and security features standalone offerings have.
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+    For example, the password manager in Microsoft Edge doesn't offer E2EE at all. Google's password manager has [optional](https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/11350823) E2EE, and [Apple's](https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202303) offers E2EE by default.
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 ## Cloud-based
 
 These password managers sync your passwords to a cloud server for easy accessibility from all your devices and safety against device loss.

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