Internet Explorer 11 Stored Passwords - View and Remove
Internet Explorer 11 Store your Passwords
When you visit a website that requires you to sign in to your account—like an email, banking, or shopping site—Internet Explorer will ask if you want your user name and password remembered. The next time you visit the site and start entering your user name, Internet Explorer will finish filling in your account info.
This tutorial will show you how to turn on or off having Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) to store your passwords for websites in Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows RT 8.1.
Add to, view, and organize favorites
Keep track of the websites you visit frequently by storing them as favorites in Internet Explorer. Favorites are shared between Internet Explorer and Internet Explorer for the desktop, so you can view, add to, and organize your favorites from both the address bar and the traditional favorites list in Internet Explorer for the desktop.
Internet Explorer 11 Modern - Switch to Reading View
The modern Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 8.1 provides a reading view for a more streamlined, book-like reading experience of webpages, without the distraction of unrelated or other secondary content on the page. Reading view is a view of IE11 in the new Windows UI that, when available for a given webpage, can be toggled on or off.
Getting started with Internet Explorer 11
Internet Explorer 11 is included in the Windows 8.1 or Windows RT 8.1 update. Internet Explorer makes it easier to get where you want to go on the web, and helps you see amazing content at its best. By learning some common gestures and tricks, you’ll be able to comfortably use your new browser and get the most out of your favorite sites.
Change "Default view for links" in the Immersive Win 8 UI Internet Explorer 10
This will show you how to choose to have links open in either the Win 8 UI or desktop Internet Explorer 10 in Windows 8.
Install Java in Internet Explorer
Internet Explorer opened from the Start screen is designed to provide an add–on free experience. Add–ons, like Java, will only work in Internet Explorer for the desktop.
Make Internet Explorer your default browser
Your PC running Windows comes with Internet Explorer already installed. If you're having problems opening Internet Explorer, make sure it's set as your default browser and pin it to your Start screen and taskbar.
How to switch between tabs in the Internet Explorer start screen app
In the Internet Explore app on the Windows 8 Start screen you can open different tabs that each contain a different a web page. This allows you to have multiple sites open at the same time that you can switch between as necessary. This tutorial will explain how to create new tabs, remove existing tabs, and switch between tabs in Internet Explorer on the Start Screen.
Firefox Master Password - Create, Change, or Remove
The Firefox Password Manager securely stores the usernames and passwords you use to access websites and then automatically fills them in for you the next time you visit. Even though the Password Manager stores your usernames and passwords on your hard drive in an encrypted format, someone with access to your computer can still see or use them. The use of a master password to protect stored usernames and passwords can prevent this and keep you protected in the event your computer is lost or stolen.
Firefox Saved Passwords for Sites - See and Remove
The Firefox Password Manager securely stores the usernames and passwords you use to access websites and then automatically fills them in for you the next time you visit. You can easily manage the usernames and passwords that Firefox has saved for you.
Change your home page for Internet Explorer
Set up home pages so that every time you open Internet Explorer the sites you visit the most will be open and waiting for you.
Using Internet Explorer
Internet Explorer—also known as IE—is the default web browser in Windows 8. While IE offers many of the same features you would expect to find in any browser, the simplified interface may be a little confusing at first. In this lesson, you'll learn how to use the address bar, open and move between tabs, and save your favorite websites for quick access. We'll also talk about how to clear your browsing history.
Reopen or restore a browsing session or tabs
When you start a new browsing session, you can pick up where you left off by reopening some or all of the pages from the last time you used Internet Explorer. You can open individual tabs, or open the entire previous browsing session using Internet Explorer for the desktop.
Make the Internet Explorer app run in two windows
A secret hidden in the Internet Explorer app that will allow you to have two tabs open on the screen at one time and position them side-by-side. The new Start Screen, which shows your desktop wallpaper in the background thus making the two interfaces feel more like one, and the new Snap feature, which allows you to have more than two modern apps open on the screen at one time.
Managing Your Files and Folders
You can easily manage your files and folders using File Explorer in the Desktop view. In this lesson, you’ll learn how to view, organize, and search for files with File Explorer, and how to use libraries. We'll also talk about how libraries work with certain apps on the Start screen.
Firefox Remember Passwords for Sites
The Firefox Password Manager securely stores the usernames and passwords you use to access websites and then automatically fills them in for you the next time you visit. When you're using a public or shared PC, you may wish to turn off to remember passwords in Firefox for better security.
Internet Explorer 11 Modern - Open and Close Tabs
This tutorial will show you how to open new tabs and close tabs while using modern Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) in Windows 8.1 and Windows RT 8.1. You can switch between opened tabs in modern IE11 by either pressing the + Z keys, right clicking on an empty area in modern IE11, or swipe/flick up from the bottom of a touch screen, or swipe/flick down from the top of a touch screen, then click/tap on the tab you want to open.
Check your password
Your online accounts and computer files are more secure when you use strong passwords to help protect them.
Test the strength of your passwords: Type a password into the box.
Picture passwords not so terribly insecure, researcher says
The security of Windows 8 picture passwords might not be as weak as some recent headlines indicate, and there are ways to maximize how hard they are to crack, researchers say.
How to Turn "Windows SmartScreen" On or Off
Windows SmartScreen, like the SmartScreen Filter in Internet Explorer, can help keep your whole computer safer by warning you before running unrecognized programs downloaded from the internet in Windows 8.
This tutorial will show you how to turn Windows SmartScreen on or off in Windows 8.