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Posted on 2016-07-27
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My OS is win 10 pro 64 bit and sometimes I use Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome or Opera.  Sometimes when I go to a site using one of these browsers, the Usernames and/or password are already inserted, and all I have to do is to hit enter.  How do I change the settings in these browsers so that it does not store such information for any site(s) that I log into using the browser.  Thank u.
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for chrome
click on 3 horizental bar > setting > advance setting here uncheck "offer to save your web passwords."

for opera
click on gear icon >settings > privacy & security here uncheck "offer to save password i enter on the web."


for IE
go to run type inetcpl.cpl > content > autocomplete > setting here uncheck "user names and password on forms."


for Edge
click on 3 ... >settings > advance setting> turn off "offer to save password"
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