Save Passwords and Form Entries in Microsoft Edge on Windows 10

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    The first thing we need to do is open the Microsoft Edge browser
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    In our example, the icon is on the taskbar, so click on it once.
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    When Microsoft Edge opens, we need to move to the three dots in the upper right corner of the screen
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    Click on the three dots to open a menu, and then click on "Settings" at the bottom
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    Once in "SETTINGS", we need to scroll down to "Advanced settings" and click on "View advanced settings"
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    Now, we need to scroll down and turn on the "Offer to save passwords" option by clicking once on the switch until it turns blue
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    We'll also click on the switch under "Save form entries"
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    Now, the browser will save any passwords and form entries.
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    This concludes our tutorial on how to save passwords and form entries in Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 computers
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Questions and Answers

How can I edit the form filled entries in Edge?

I have extra names and some misspelled in form fill, how do I delete or edit. I have tried: Nothing, I don't know how to change things. I think it was caused by: I entered a misspelled email. It seems to be a default behavior that entries cannot be edited.

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You cannot edit autofilling data, but you can clear it.

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    Open Edge.
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    Click the three dots in the top-right corner.
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    Click "Settings".
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    Click on "Choose what to clear".
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    Check only "Form data".
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    Click "Clear".
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When I put my details on a form, the next form I go to I need to fill out again as it doesn't save my form entries?

I enter competitions so there is lots of form filling . I've saved form entries in the settings bar but its not working is there anything I can do. I have tried: I've gone to Windows 10 help but that did not helped, its still not saving my forms. I think it was caused by: This has never saved my form entries since I installed Windows 10, I only have this problem on Google Edge

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