Saving of Login details for websites

  Greengage 12:16 16 Jun 2016
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I decided to try Dashlane, a password management program. I did not get on with it and so I uninstalled. Since then, every site I go to in order to login I have to insert email address/user and password. Even though I request this to be remembered I still have to install these details every time ie when login to PC Advisor. This did not happen before installing Dashlane - the relative details were stored on the "system" somehow. I am using Windows 10. Can anyone give me a solution as to how to restore to how it was in the past please?

  Govan1x 17:30 16 Jun 2016

What Browser are you using. If you use C Cleaner that would probably delete them.

  Greengage 20:19 16 Jun 2016

I use Firefox.I also use CCleaner but that only used to "delete" a few , leaving all the others in tact.

  Govan1x 21:07 16 Jun 2016

Never had any problems with Firefox saving Usernames and passwords.

I would really check C Cleaner again. I don't use C Cleaner but I used to but cannot remember how to set it up.

That leaves Firefox Under security remember logins for sites should be ticked.

If you have clear history when Firefox closes ticked in privacy, open check setting and Active logins should be unticked.

  Greengage 12:47 17 Jun 2016
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Thanks very much Govan1x . It was Firefox - I have followed your instructions and everything is now back to normal. Thanks, again.

  mole44 15:29 17 Jun 2016

I use avast password manager simple and it works for me.

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