Google Chrome is a very handy web browser, which amalgamates superb design and sophisticated technology to make your Internet browsing experience interesting, safer, easier, and faster. The features that come equipped in this state-of-the-art browser save a lot of your precious time and help you being more productive. From the assortment of features, one worth-mentioning built-in feature of Google Chrome is AutoFill. It is a magical tool that automatically fills online forms with all your credentials, like name, phone number, e-mail, street address, etc. This Google Chrome feature proves to be utterly beneficial, especially when you are signing-up on a shopping website or creating a web account for yourself. Just one click and AutoFill can instantly fill your information on Webpage forms itself.
Google Chrome even remembers your credit card details so that you can simply check out after doing online shopping. As you will not have to enter you details again while paying the bill. When it comes to the safety of your credit card details, you do not have to worry, as it is totally encrypted and secure from all sorts of possible threats.
If you don’t want to spend much time in filling online forms with the same information, surely you must enable and configure AutoFill in Google Chrome. Here’s how you do so:
Step 1: Double-click on Google Chrome browser icon. Click on upper-right corner wrench and select ‘Options’.
Step 2: Select ‘Personal Stuff’ and single-click on ‘Autofill options’. Tick mark ‘Enable Autofill to fill out web forms in a single click’.
Step 3: Now click on ‘Add address’ to add an address and ‘Add credit card’ if you want to fill credit card details. Fill the blank boxes accordingly then select ‘Save’.
The best part is you can add more than one street address and details of multiple credit cards and use accordingly in the different forms you fill.
So next time while filling a Web page form, just click on the ‘Name’ filed and a list of AutoFill choices will appear. Place your cursor and see how AutoFill populates the matching fields directly.
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