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Windows Phone 8.1 allows Internet Explorer to remember passwords

along with camera burst mode, the Windows Phone 8.1 gives more features to the Internet Explorer 11

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Windows Phone 8.1 allows Internet Explorer to remember passwords

There is no doubt about the fact that the Windows Phone 8.1 is bringing a ton of improvement in the system and many new features will also be added but this one new feature is sure to catch you all by a little surprise. There is now going to be an option on the Internet Explorer which will give it the ability to store passwords. This is surely great news for the users of Windows Phone who unwillingly have to type the passwords every time and for them this particular feature of the current Windows Phone might be getting a bit too difficult to bear. But phone users shouldn’t be getting all excited on this one just as yet because it is still to be confirmed whether the mobile version of IE11 will be able to sync up with the desktop one.

Apart from this, the Windows Phone 8.1 is going to bring along a notification centre and the camera will also be upgraded and will now have a burst mode. There are certain websites where you can even the demo of this.

source: wmpoweruser

 

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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