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removing email addresses from Yahoo log-in

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by tigrdonnie, Jul 15, 2017.

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  1. tigrdonnie

    tigrdonnie Thread Starter

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    My question: I use Windows 10 and have google chrome for gmail along with Yahoo! Others have used my computer and their names and e-mail addresses pop up on Yahoo! when I try to sign in. How do I remove all those permanently?
     
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  3. plodr

    plodr Liz

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    If you are using Firefox as your browser, highlight the username you don't want appearing. Hold down the shift key and press delete.
     
  4. tigrdonnie

    tigrdonnie Thread Starter

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    Not using Firefox. Browsers are Google Chrome and Yahoo!
     
  5. PaulineGreening

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    Have you tried clearing your browsing data off of your chrome browser? I hope this works for you.
     
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  6. thejjfoster

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    I vote for this option, this works for me too. All you have to do is clear you browsing history and that should do it for you.
     
  7. plodr

    plodr Liz

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    Yahoo is NOT a browser.
    For Chrome
    To delete an entry type enough letters in the box to bring up the one you want to delete so that it shows up blue under the box (as if ready to load) then click Ctrl+Delete.
     
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