Which browser are we talking about? And I presume we are referring to the Google Toolbar?
I`m not sure `Autocomplete` (AutoFill?) is what is meant here, if it is then it must be the wrong tool. For Signing into sites (name and password) you are prompted by the browser to `Save` the details at the login. AutoFill is used for name, address, etc., in forms.
What exactly do you mean by "every time she trys to sign into websites" ?
One does not normally need to sign in to websites.
Auto-complete is used to complete personal details and such like, as per when one is buying something on-line, and a name/address/payment details etc are required for the purchase. When an on-line purchase process is started, a form always shows blank spaces which need to be filled in by the purchaser, as above. So if a person is going to be making on-line purchases on several occasions during the year or in the future, it is easier to only have to fill in all the necessary details once the first time, and then use Auto-complete on any future purchases.
We need a bit more explanation of what your mum is trying to do.
"mum is using ie 6,and no toolbars" ... hmm, there must be Tool-bars - I imagine you mean "no Add-ons" in IE6. If you look at your mums IE6 and click on View in the top line, you will see the Tool-bars listed. Those Tool-bars that are ticked will be shown in IE6 - those Tool-bars which are not ticked may be added simply by ticking them by clicking on them.
Sorry to be so long-winded, but I hope you can understand all that.
Or maybe.tools.internet options.General.Settings.The top part set to automatically. And the bottom to how many days to keep the list of websites visited.Now this is the way you do it with IE7 it might not be the same with IE6.