Internet Explorer 9: How To Use the AutoComplete

Internet Explorer 9: How To Use the AutoComplete


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The AutoComplete Internet Explorer 9 stores passwords and other information that the user types often form fields such as Web, for example, name and address.
And 'possible to change this functionality, deciding how and when to use it.
To do this, start your browser, go to "Tools" and choose "Internet Options". From here, open the "Content" tab.
In "AutoComplete", click on "Settings" and select or deselect the check boxes that appear different.
Without this, double click on "Ok" to finish the procedure.



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