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How do I start "auto fill in"


laptopdunce

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After trying to stop the ad.yieldmanager pop-ups my system on IE has stopped doing the auto fill in of email addresses on various websites like hotmail, how do I make it that there is an auto fill-in as soon as I type the first letter of an email address into hotmail for instance? thanks LAPTOPDUNCE

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Jock1e

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Try Internet Options.Content.Auto complete Settings and tick what you need.

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laptopdunce

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OK thanks, it is ticked already for "user names and password" and"asked me before saving password" but not ticked for "forms" should I tick "forms" it is saving my username and password for PCadvisor and some yahoo emails but not for the hotmail email programme like it used to do. Thanks (I did that scan from hitmapro and it took out some more ad tracking cookies but it didnt find any "malware/trojans" on this 2nd run. - thats funny some sound has just started playing..... - must be something from this site.....) LAPTOPDUNCE

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Jock1e

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Just checked mine in I/E and forms is ticked.

I don't use I/E so I do not know if that is what you are looking for or whether it will help

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