The AutoFill option that most browsers offer makes life simpler for the user by filling in the username and password required to access a website. By storing the details and appropriately prompting the same when required, you can save time and effort that are needed to furnish the details. However, if you are using the Apple Safari browser, you will notice that while on most websites, the browser is asking you to confirm whether it can save the credentials for you; and there are other websites, which, while opening, the browser may not even ask you if it could store the credentials. This is because the websites have been designed to prevent a browser from storing the login details of a user.
Nonetheless, Apple Safari allows you to tweak the option that can let the browser store the login credentials even for such websites as the ones mentioned above. Don’t you worry even if you have never attempted this process; we have for you here the simple steps that you can follow in order to make Apple Safari store passwords for every website. They are:
Once you have selected the required option and re-launched the browser, you will notice that it is now saving your login credentials even for the websites that previously prevented you from doing it.
Nonetheless, if at a later stage, you come across websites that you don’t want your browser to store your personal details, you can access the same settings as mentioned above and thereafter de-select the ‘Allow AutoFill’ option.
Isn’t this easy to comprehend and follow? Of course you should be able to conveniently do it even if you are just a beginner. However, if at any time during the process you feel the need to seek professional help; do not hesitate to call iYogi tech experts.
Is this page helpful?