Disable IE from remembering passwords

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Internet Exploer: How To Disable The Password Saving Feature

It is convenient to let Internet Explorer save your passwords for different websites, to save you time. If you share a computer with other users, or are concerned about security, you may want to configure Internet Explorer not to do this, though.  Even though it will mean you have to remember all your usernames and passwords, this could be your best security option.  The following easy steps will guide you through the process:

1. Open Internet Explorer.
2. Click Tools >> Internet Options.
3. Select “Content”.
4. Click “Settings” under “AutoComplete”.
5. Uncheck the box beside “User names and passwords on forms”.
6. Click “OK”.

That is all it takes, just remember to remember or make a note of any important passwords. ')}

Article written by MyComputerAid.com

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