Most of us use Mozilla Firefox as a primary browser for Windows PC. All of us know that the Firefox browser lets you Save your Password every time you enter the password in the Firefox browser for any website. Whenever you log in to a website whose credentials aren’t stored in Firefox password manager, it prompts ‘Would you like Firefox to save this login for that website?’ You are provided with two options: Save and Don’t Save. The Save password message appears every time you log in to the same or other sites. If you don’t want to use this feature, you can use Firefox options and turn off this panel.
This is enough a good option to log in to the specified webpage without typing the password again and again. In other words, when you will try to login into the webpage for which you have stored the password under Firefox, it will let you log in without typing the password. It is a good feature of Firefox, but if you are annoying, you can stop prompting password save features of Firefox.
This post will show the steps to stop the Save password prompt in Firefox from appearing every time you save a password.
How to stop the ‘Save Password’ prompt in Firefox?
To stop the prompt to save the logins and passwords for any website, do the following:-
Step 1. Open the Firefox browser and access the
Alternatively, open Firefox and browse for the following:-
Step 2. Click the
Step 3. Scroll down to access the “Logins and Passwords.”
From now onwards, when you will enter the login credentials on Firefox for any website, it will not prompt you to store them in the password manager.
If you do not want to prompt Firefox to save login credentials for a selected website, on step 4, don’t uncheck the “Ask to save logins and passwords for websites” option. Click on the
Add a website, click on the Block button. You can repeat the steps for as many websites as you want. Finally, click on the