Learn how to make sure Internet Explorer keeps passwords for websites you log in to. This will allow you to reconnect to your respective accounts on these sites more quickly, as you will not have to enter your password again.
Step 1. Open Internet Explorer
Double-click or double-click on the app icon, which looks like a sky blue e surrounded by a yellow border.
Step 2. Click on the Settings icon
It is located at the top right of the window and will open a drop-down menu.
Step 3. Choose Internet Options
It's at the bottom of the drop-down menu. When you click on it, a pop-up window opens.
Step 4. Click the Content tab
It's at the top of the Internet Options window.
Step 5. Select Settings
This button is located below and to the right of the AutoComplete heading, in the middle of the page.
Do not click the Settings button below the Web Slice Streams and Components heading, as this button opens another menu of settings
Step 6. Select the Usernames and Passwords on Forms check box
This option appears in the autocomplete window.
Step 7. Check Prompt for saving passwords
This box is near the bottom of the AutoComplete window.
Step 8. Click OK
It's at the very bottom of the AutoComplete window.
Step 9. Click OK
It's at the bottom of the Internet Options window. Your changes are then applied and saved.
Step 10. Log on to a website
Go to the site where you need to identify yourself (for example, Facebook), enter your credentials and press Enter.
Step 11. Click Yes when prompted
If Internet Explorer offers to save your password and you click Yes, your choice will be confirmed and password will be added to the list of those saved by the browser.