There are many browsers out there, but one is designed especially for games: the Opera GX gaming browser. It looks pretty cool, but not just that. It has some unique features that you can tweak according to your preferences. Like any other browser out there, this one comes with an option that offers you the option to save passwords, and that option is turned on by default. But maybe you don’t want the passwords to be saved, and you don’t want to be asked every time you log in to a certain website, especially if this is not your default browser. If you want to turn this option off and are unsure what steps to take, keep reading. Let’s see how to disable “offer to save passwords” in the Opera GX gaming browser.
How to disable “offer to save passwords” in Opera GX gaming browser
Offering to save passwords in the Opera GX gaming browser is enabled by default. If you don’t to be asked if you want the password to be saved, you can simply disable this option. Here is how you can do that:
- Open Opera GX on your PC
- Next, click on the hamburger icon in the top-right corner (three horizontal lines)
- Once you access the Easy Setup, scroll to the bottom and click on Go to browser settings
- Again, scroll down and click on Advanced
- Under “Autofill,” click on Passwords
- There is an option, “Offer to save passwords,” that is turned on by default
- Click on the switch next to the option and turn it off
Done. You have disabled the option. You won’t be offered to save passwords when you log in to a certain website.