Password Tip

Have you ever saved a password in your browser, while logging into a website? If yes, it is a good idea to turn off that feature, which allows you to save that information, in your browser and choose a password manager!

Here are the steps to turn off the “save password” feature by browser:

Chrome

In Chrome, look for hamburger menu (icon looks like three horizontal lines stacked on top of each other) on far right hand side of browser, click Settings, click Autofill, click Passwords, toggle “offer to save passwords” off.

Firefox

In Firefox, look for hamburger menu (icon looks like three horizontal lines stacked on top of each other) on far right hand side of browser, click preferences, click Privacy & Security, look for Logins and Passwords section, uncheck “Ask to save logins and passwords for websites.”

Microsoft Edge

In Microsoft Edge, – click the three dot menu button (look for an icon that looks like …) on the far right hand side of the browser, Click Settings, Click the Passwords button, Toggle “Offer to Save Passwords” option to off.

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