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Brockk4

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when i login sites that require usernames and passwords i have this box come up where i type in my user name and password for that site. my usernames are saved for quick access, but i wish they weren't. where do u change this?
 

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depends on the browser.

IE: click tools, go to the content tab, and hit hte personal information box on the bottom. There should be two boxes that you want to mess around with .

Firefox: tools, options, click the privacy icon on the left, then click saved passwords, and make sure that the 'save passwords' box, or whatever it is called, it unticked.

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Brockk4 said:
when i login sites that require usernames and passwords i have this box come up where i type in my user name and password for that site. my usernames are saved for quick access, but i wish they weren't. where do u change this?
This really depends on if your internet browser. For Internet Explorer 6, its under tools > internet options > content tab > click on autocomplete > and uncheck user names and passwords on forms. you can choose to clear the passwords and forms if so desired.

For Firefox, its under tools > options > privacy. From here you can choose to clear forms and passwords. You can uncheck the boxes if you don't want it to remember.

For other browsers, you're on your own.

edit: valis beat me to it.
 
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