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  • help needed in setting xp to save passwords

    I got my mom a new computer, now I need to fine tune it. How do I make windows save user names and passwords? I know she will get frazzled when having to keep putting them in. and I have so many to save to! thank you, and one more thing, How do I put links on the top of my browser? I have this stupid small place the says links and they go in there, but I want to add them right to the top where i can see them. thanks you

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    Re: help needed in setting xp to save passwords

    Karla - In internet explorer, go to Tools, then Internet options. Click on the tab for "Content" then the Auto Complete button. Make sure the boxes are checked to remember user names and passwords.

    As far as the links, I'm not sure because I don't use Internet Explorer. I use a browser called Avant. Sorry I can't help on that one.

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      Re: help needed in setting xp to save passwords

      I recommend downloading the Firefox web browser. It handles website IDs and passwords well and will allow you to save links to the top of the browser.

      http://www.mozilla.com/firefox/

      To save the links to the top of the browser, usually you can single-click on the address in the address bar and drag it to the desired location/order.

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        Re: help needed in setting xp to save passwords

        oye I did finally down load firefox for her new computer. it is awsome. I clicked on the explorer tabs, did what it requested but it would not save passwords, onlt user names so fire fox did what I needed and all is well. thanks you guys!!

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          Re: help needed in setting xp to save passwords

          Originally posted by hakuna makarla
          oye I did finally down load firefox for her new computer. it is awsome. I clicked on the explorer tabs, did what it requested but it would not save passwords, onlt user names so fire fox did what I needed and all is well. thanks you guys!!
          And Firefox is a bit more secure than IE when it comes to this type of thing since it isn't so woven into the OS. Good show Karla!
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            Re: help needed in setting xp to save passwords

            You can also download a great program called Roboform that will save them and other informatrion (like you name and address) to autocomplete forms.
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              Re: help needed in setting xp to save passwords

              Originally posted by NeverNeverland
              You can also download a great program called Roboform that will save them and other informatrion (like you name and address) to autocomplete forms.
              I use RoboForm!!!! It rocks! I use it as a plug-in with Avant Browser.

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