How to Stop Firefox from Asking to Remember Passwords for Websites

by Updated February 23, 2019

It starts getting pretty anonying when Firefox keeps popping up a box asking to remember passwords everytime you enter a Username and Password for a site. To stop Firefox from doing this, here's a quick tip on how to get Firefox to stop asking to save passwords for websites. 

  1. Open Firefox
  2. On the menu bar, click Tools -> then select Options
  3. In the Options pop-up box, go to the Privacy & Security tab.
  4. Now uncheck the 'Remember passwords for sites' box... or uncheck 'Ask to save logins and passwordss for websites'
  5. Click OK

That's it.

 


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