Deleting auto fill

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Topics, Site Questions and Suggestio' started by verkitwme, Oct 2, 2018.

  1. verkitwme

    verkitwme Well-Known Member

    I always log into this site on "private" window.
    BUT when open a new "private" window and start to type in cuckoldsforum it auto fills.
    I'm a little worried if someone gets on my computer and starts typing in a website that begins with a "c"
    that the autofill will do it's thing.
    How can I stop this?
    I do use CCleaner to delete previous history, cookies etc?
    Any ideas?????
     
  2. verkitwme

    verkitwme Well-Known Member

    No one???
     
  3. Worth It

    Worth It Well-Known Member

    At first I thought "autofill" was a sexual thing I hadn't heard of.

    My browser does the same, but I don't worry if someone gets on my computer and starts typing in a website that begins with a "c" that the autofill will do it's thing. My wife knows I'm here, our daughter's too young (I'll worry about that later), and my computer requires a password so that if my older children, ex-wife, in-laws, etc. are here and try to get on, they can't.

    Based on using Google Chrome, I suggest going into the browser menue (those three dots in the upper right corner), select settings. Then delete the autofill options and erase the past cache.
     
  4. nevertoolate

    nevertoolate New Member

    What browser do you use? Which operating system?
     
  5. verkitwme

    verkitwme Well-Known Member

    Microsoft edge
     
  6. nevertoolate

    nevertoolate New Member

  7. Worth It

    Worth It Well-Known Member

    It will make Microsoft sad for you to have said that.

    Microsoft has been trying mightily to get some traction with Edge, the successor to Internet Explorer ("IE"), to get marketshare from Chrome. Funny that not too long ago, governments took antitrust ("anticompetition" for you nonAmericans) action against Microsoft because of IEs dominance in browsers since it was bundled with Windows. Now even nonChrome users are sticking with legacy IE, much to the frustration of Microsoft.
     
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  8. verkitwme

    verkitwme Well-Known Member

    Thanks, your suggestion worked !
     
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  9. gwil1414

    gwil1414 Member

    Start using google chromes incognito function. It does not pick up anything. Lot easier. Love your posts and contributions by the way.
     

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