You may be asking, what is autofilll? Well, have you ever gone to enter billing information on a website and as you start typing, your computer fills the rest of the information in for you? If this is a feature you don’t like, you may want to clear autofill from your electronic devices.
Clear Autofill on Google Chrome
- Click the Chrome menu (three dots in the top right corner)
- Select ‘Settings’
- Scroll to the bottom and click ‘advanced’
- Under ‘Passwords and forms’ select ‘Autofill Settings’
- Next to ‘Autofill forms’ switch it off
- Go back, now select ‘Manage passwords’
- You will see all your passwords and login information to various platforms; remove any you want by clicking on the three dots to the right
Clear Autofill on Firefox
- Click the Firefox menu icon. (Three lines at top right of screen, right under the x.)
- Click ‘Options’
- Choose ‘Privacy & Security’ (in the left column)
- Under ‘History’ section choose Firefox will: “Use custom settings for history”
- Uncheck “Remember search and form history”
Clear Autofill on Internet Explorer
- Click Tools Menu Icon …
- Click on ‘Internet Options’
- Select ‘Content’
- In the ‘AutoComplete’ section click ‘Settings’
- At the bottom of the ‘AutoComplete Settings’ window, click ‘Delete AutoCompleteHistory’
- Check Form Data and Passwords
- Click ‘Delete’
Clear Autofill on Safari
- Open Safari
- Click on Safari in the ‘program menu’ and select ‘Preferences’ on the drop-down menu
- Click ‘Autofill’
- Select the check boxes next to the Autofill options to deselect them; turning off the ‘Autocomplete’ for each option.
- Restart your browser.
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