Join Nick Brazzi for an in-depth discussion in this video Saving passwords, part of Learning the Firefox Browser.
- If you use the internet for things like online shopping,…paying bills, checking e-mail,…or anything else that requires that you set up an account,…you might have a tough time remembering all…of your passwords.…One thing that might make this easier…is the built-in password manager in Firefox.…So I'm here on the Yahoo mail website,…and I want to log in with my e-mail address and password.…So I'll type that in here.…There's also an option here at the bottom…that says, "Stay signed in."…For the sake of this exercise, I'm going to turn that off.…
If this website remembers that I've logged in,…I won't get to see all of the features…of the password manager that I want to show here.…Okay, so I've typed in the name and password,…I hit sign in, and then I see this little window…that pops up asking me if I want Firefox…to remember my password.…For the moment, I'm just going to ignore that question,…and I'm going to quit Firefox.…Let's say I've finished reading my e-mail,…I'm all done surfing the web, so I quit Firefox.…
- Using tabs and bookmarks
- Downloading files
- Disabling the pop-up blocker
- Installing extensions, themes, and add-ons
- Managing the cache and cookies
- Saving passwords
Skill Level Beginner
1. Basic Website Navigation
3. Installing Add-Ons
4. Privacy and Security
5. Using the Mobile App
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