How do I save my username and password in my browser?

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How do I save my username and password in my browser?

Keep forgetting your usernames and passwords? You can set your browser to save your username and password every time you open a website. All you’ll have to do is type the first few letters of your username and your browser will automatically complete your username and password. Below, click on the browser you are using to view instructions on how to save your username and password.

How do I save my username and password in Internet Explorer?

To save your username and password in Internet Explorer:

1. Open Internet Explorer.

2. On the Tools menu, click Internet Options.

3. Click the Content tab.

4. In the AutoComplete section, click Settings.

5. Check the box next to User names and passwords on forms. If you want to be notified before the browser saves your password, check the Ask me before saving passwords check box.

6. Click OK.

7. Click OK to close the Internet Options window. When you sign on to a website for the first time after you have enabled this setting, the browser will save your username and password. From then on the browser will auto-complete your username and password.

How do I save my username and password in Firefox?

To save your username and password in Firefox:

1. Open Firefox.

2. On the menu bar, select Tools then scroll down and click Options.

3. Click the Security tab on the tools bar.

4. Enable the Remember passwords for sites checkbox.

Note: You may click on Exceptions to see the list of sites for which passwords will not be saved and to manage the list.

5. Click on Close to close the Exceptions window.

6. Click OK to save your settings.

Your settings are now saved. The next time you log in to a site which requires your username and password, Firefox will offer to save your password. Click on Remember password to save the password for that site.

How do I save my username and password in Google Chrome?

To save your username and password in Chrome:

1. Open Chrome and click on the wrench icon at the upper right of the browser.

2. On the menu, click on Settings.

3. Scroll down the Settings window and click Show advanced settings.

4. Scroll down to Passwords and forms and enable the Offer to save passwords I enter on the web checkbox.

Note: You may click on Manage saved passwords to know the sites for which your passwords are saved.

5. Click OK to close the Passwords window.

6. Close the Settings window.

Your settings are now saved. The next time you log in to a site which requires your username and password, Chrome will offer to save your password. Click on Save password to save the password for that site.



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Last updated: 07-14-2014
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