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I have to sign in each time i open sites.

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  1. boydphoto

    boydphoto Thread Starter

    Nov 25, 2005
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    i keep checking, "keep me signed in". it doesn't change anything. it's getting to be a pain. thanks for your help.

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    RAM: 2810 Mb
    Graphics Card: AMD M880G with ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4250, 256 Mb
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  2. pip22


    Nov 21, 2004
    If you run an internet cleanup tool regularly (Ccleaner or similar), or you've set the web-browser to "clear cookies" automatically when the browser is closed, then you'll find it necessary to log in to your websites next time. This is because when you choose "Please remember me" or "Keep me signed in", the website plants a small text file on your hard drive called a "cookie". It contains your login info for that website (in encrypted form).

    Therefore, if the cookie gets deleted, the website cannot log you in automatically.
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