Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Save passwords, part of Learning the Microsoft Edge Browser.
- [Instructor] If you use the Internet…for things like online shopping, paying bills,…checking email, or anything else…that requires you to set up an account,…you might have a tough time remembering all those passwords.…One thing that might make this easier,…is the built in password manager in Microsoft Edge.…I'm here on the LinkedIn website,…and this is the page where I can either sign up…for an account or login to my existing account.…Let's say I have an existing account.…There's a login area at the top…where I can type in my email address and password,…and I have a fictitious account…I'll login to for this example.…
And that signs me in and now I'm logged…into my linked in account.…When I'm done here, I would logout…and the next time I went to access my account,…I would have to log back in with my email and password.…But notice this alert that's popped down here…at the bottom of the Edge window.…It asking if I want to save my password for linkedin.com.…Now if you don't see this alert pop up,…I'll show you how to turn it on in a moment.…
- Recall the shortcut to open a new tab.
- Recognize how search engines are detected and become options for a default search engine.
- Determine how to stop advertisements from appearing automatically when visiting a site.
- Identify the file extension for exported favorites.
- Recognize the characteristics of a secure website based on its URL.
- Explain how to open a new InPrivate window.