How to turn off the built-in password manager in your browser

If you often go to a website, your browser may ask you to remember your username and password.

Using Dashlane simultaneously with the built-in password manager in your browser may cause a conflict when both will try to fill in your password and login data. As a result, the authorization form will be filled in incorrectly.

We recommend that you disable the password saving and auto-fill features of your browsers when using Dashlane. 

Chrome

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  • Click the Chrome Menu in the toolbar 
  • Select Settings
  • Scroll down and click Advanced
  • Under Passwords and forms, click Manage passwords
  • Turn OFF Auto Sign-in

Firefox

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  • Click the Firefox Menu in the toolbar 
  • Select Options 
  • On the left, click Privacy & Security
  • Under Forms & Passwords, uncheck Remember logins and passwords for Websites

Safari

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  • Click the Safari Menu in the toolbar 
  • Select Preferences
  • Click Autofill
  • Uncheck the following options: Using info from my Address Book card, User names and passwords and Other forms

Edge

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  • Click the Edge Menu in the toolbar 
  • Select Settings
  • Scroll down and click View advanced settings
  • Under Privacy and services, turn OFF Offer to save passwords
  • Then under Manage passwords, turn OFF Save from entries 

Internet Explorer

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  • Click the Internet Explorer Menu in the toolbar
  • Select Internet Options, then click Content
  • Under AutoComplete, click Settings
  • Uncheck the following options: Forms and Searches and User names and passwords on forms
  • Click OK
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