Set your browser to save your login details

Set your browser to save your login details

All modern browsers are capable of saving your passwords automatically, so if your browser isn’t saving your login details, see below for more information:-


1: Click the "Wrench" icon, select "Settings" and click the "Show Advanced Settings" link.

2: Choose "Offer to Save Passwords" to get a prompt each time you enter login data on a website.

3: Go to the website for which you want to save your data. Fill in your login information and log in to the website. While the page is loading, Chrome will provide a prompt to save your password data. Click "Save Password."


1: Click the "Safari" menu and select "Preferences."

2: Click "Autofill" and select “User names and passwords.”

3: Save your preferences. When you fill in any login data on a website, Safari will prompt you to save your password information.


To change whether or not Firefox offers to remember passwords (this is on by default):

1. Click on the menu button (top right) to open the menu panel.

2. Click Logins and Passwords. The Firefox Lockwise about:logins page will open in a new tab.

3. Click the Firefox Lockwise menu (three dots), then click Preferences. The Firefox Preferences Privacy & Security panel will open to the Logins and Passwords section.

4. Add a checkmark next to Ask to save logins and passwords for websites to enable the password prompt, or uncheck to disable it.

Internet Explorer

1: Click the "Settings" icon, which resembles a gear, and select "Internet Options."

2: Click the "Content" tab and select "Settings" under the AutoComplete section.

3: Select the "User Names and Passwords on Forms" check box. If you want Internet Explorer to prompt you before saving your password information, select "Ask Me Before Saving passwords."

4: Click "OK" in all windows to close Internet Options. When you log in to a website, a prompt along the bottom of the browser window will ask if you want to save your password.


I do hope these guides help a little to avoid login issues with Presenter Promotions.

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