Saved Logins Not Being Saved in IE10?

  exbrum 09 May 13
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Hello, I have noticed that since my pc 'auto updated' to IE10, after a few sessions on the web I have to re login to pages I previously asked to 'remember me'. Example, forums, and 'weather forecast locations' to mention but a few. Have checked IE options but cannot find anything to rectify this, any suggestions would be appreciated.

My specs, W7 Home Prem SP1, 32 bit. IE 10.

  rdave13 09 May 13

Check in internet options, general tab,browsing history, delete tab, that the box for 'preserve favourite website data is ticked, then apply, ok.

  exbrum 09 May 13

Hello rdave13,

Checked it out and is as you explained it should be? Very strange one this. Just checked my 'outlook' email programme and didn't need to log into it as it remembered me this time but give it another day or so I will have to log myself back in instead of opening automatically.

  john bunyan 10 May 13

Do you use CCleaner regularly? The default setting removes some auto log ins such as this site.

  exbrum 11 May 13

Hello john bunyan,

No I don't, but I may have narrowed it down to my Norton Security Suite, if I do a manual quick scan, which I don't do every day, to get rid of tracking cookies etc, that is when I have noticed they ask me to log back in again! I looked at the settings there but there doesn't appear to be anything you can adjust so that it doesn't do this.

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