With active use of the Internet, we become attached to our browsers, since we store all the necessary information in them.
In addition to tabs and auto-complete forms, many save passwords, as this is convenient when using different sites. But what if the browser does not save passwords?
Why aren’t passwords stored in the browser? Most likely, you have simply disabled this feature in the settings. Some sites have scripts installed so that passwords and logins are not saved, but such resources are extremely rare.
If you do not save passwords in your browser, use our instructions.
1. Google Chrome.
After entering the browser settings, open additional parameters and find the item "Passwords and forms". Here you need to put a tick in front of the password saving suggestion:
2. Mozilla Firefox.
In the settings of Mozilla, there is also a data storage function for authorization that can be turned on and off. You can manage it through the settings on the "Protection" tab:
Setting up password storage in Opera is also easy. To do this, go to the program settings, then click "Security" and tick the special item:
4. Intenet Explorer.
In order to apply saving passwords in this browser, you need to enter the browser properties, not the settings. Select the content tab, go to the settings m tick:
In each browser platform, you can enable or disable the storage of data for authorization.
If you use a browser that is not on our list, then better remove it and install Google Chrome, after numerous tests it was proved that this browser is the safest and has all the necessary functions.
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