Autofill is a time saving feature to use, but it is also a quite irritating feature at times. Usually you don’t want to save any personal information while working with your work computer or on office computer.
So, we have here put together the various steps for disabling the Autofill feature in various popular browsers.
For disabling the Autofill feature in the Google Chrome browser, go to settings in the hamburger menu. And then go to the Advanced Settings, which can be find at the bottom of the page. And then go to Passwords and Forms, the option “Enable Autofill to fill out web forms” must be unchecked.
And you can also manually edit and delete the existing Autofill entries in the “Manage Autofill settings”. If you are using the Chrome browser in your mobile phone, then you can simply go to Settings>Autofill Forms and uncheck the option.
For disabling Autofill feature in Safari browser, just go to Safari Preferences (Command+ Comma). And then click on the Autofill tab, where you can manually disable autofill settings from your address book cards, user name and password and other forms.
If you are using the mobile version of Safari go to your iOS settings>Safari>Autofill, where you can manually disable the list of similar items.
It’s a little different to disable Autofill settings in Firefox. Open the Privacy tab in the preferences. Select “Use custom settings for history” in the drop down menu next to History. Now make sure that the “Remember search and form history” option is unchecked.
In the internet explorer this feature is called autocomplete. To disable the Autocomplete feature in the Internet Explorer, from the menu bar click the Tools menu and then in the Content tab, go to autocomplete settings, where you can uncheck and check according to your preferences. Once you are done then click Ok.
In the main menu, go to settings, then click the privacy and settings, under autofill, uncheck the option “Enable auto-filling of forms on webpages and that’s it you are done.