Internet Explorer 11 Stored Passwords - View and Remove
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 by storing this info for that website. The next time you visit the site and start entering your user name, Internet Explorer will finish filling in your account info.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
A new Reading View in Internet Explorer 11 makes reading web-based content better than ever. This handy new feature turns basic web pages into beautifully laid-out articles and will ship as part of the final Windows 8.1 release.
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.
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.
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.
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.
When browsing the web, chances are that you will encounter articles or websites that you would like to get back to later. That's why it makes sense to bookmark them or save them to your list of Favorites. In Internet Explorer, bookmarks are called Favorites. In this article, we will share how to access your Favorites, how to organize them and how to edit them, using the Internet Explorer app in Windows 8.1.