Friday, June 4, 2010

How to Erase a Saved Password from an Email Account?

In Internet Explorer:

From your desktop, click to open up Internet Explorer.

Click on the "Tools" button on the menu bar. This option is in the upper left-hand corner of the web browser, directly underneath the address bar that displays the URL of the current webpage. From the drop-down menu that appears, click on the last option available, "Internet Options."

Click the button labeled "Delete" under the heading "Browsing history." In the window that pops up, click to check the box next to "Passwords." Proceed to click the button at the bottom of the window marked "Delete." Upon clicking this button, a window will pop up showing the browser's progress in deleting the saved passwords, and close automatically once complete.

In Mozilla Firefox:

From your desktop, click to open up Mozilla Firefox .

Click on the "Tools" button that appears on the menu bar located directly above the address bar. From the drop-down menu, click on the option labeled "Clear recent history."

Click on the button to the left of "Details." In the menu that appears, check the "Cache" and "Active Logins" boxes and click "Clear now." Firefox will clear the cache and close the window.

In Google Chrome:

From your desktop, click to open up Google Chrome.

Click the menu bar labeled "Tools" in the upper right hand corner of the Google Chrome browser. From the drop down menu, select the "Options" button, and click on the tab labeled "Personal Stuff." In this tab, click "Clear browsing data" from the list of options.

On the "Clear browsing data" screen, click on the "Passwords" box to select it. Click the button labeled "Clear Browsing Data."


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