Storing passwords for regular sites

  Keith100 18:49 26 Dec 13
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I'm not sure what I have altered but my computer won't save any user names / passwords. Even though it asks me if I want it to remember them & I click on yes it never does. Would appreciate any help. Thanks. Keith.

  rdave13 21:04 26 Dec 13

What browser?

  Keith100 21:17 26 Dec 13

Internet Explorer

  rdave13 21:25 26 Dec 13

You've set it to delete browsing history on exit which is fair enough? Go to tools, internet options and under the general tab, browsing history section, select the delete tab. In the window that opens tick the box for 'Preserve Favourite websites data'.

  Keith100 22:01 26 Dec 13

Thank you Rdave for your advice. I have now done that. Thanks again. Keith.

  Keith100 10:02 27 Dec 13

Thanks Jock, I have done that as well now. Keith.

  Forum Editor 13:26 27 Dec 13

Think very carefully before you allow a browser to store usernames/passwords. It's a relatively easy job for a malicious person to get hold of the information when it's stored that way.

  catpwss 19:10 27 Dec 13

Sorry to butt into your posting. Regarding what the Forum Editor said.What would be the best option for saving passwords for forums etc?? Thanks.

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