w33d3r wrote:Not an expert but I dont think you can, I am pretty sure they are saved along with your bookmarks in a database file. The only way I know not to have them save is if you run Iron in full incognito mode (by editing your Iron icon properties, and in the target box add a space at the end of the path followed by -incognito)....
"C:\Program Files\SRWare Iron\iron.exe" -incognito
In full incognito no history/cookies/passwords or favicons will be saved during incognito sessions. So you can make new folders and bookmarks without any associated favicon.
Have a separate copy of Iron icon (right click, send to desktop, move it wherever you want) without the -incognito switch if you want to go to a site and be offered to save a password, then revert to using the full incognito icon.
w33d3r wrote:I would like to ask how do we keep bookmarks and passwords if updating the portable version of Iron. I thought I had the right files to put asside and overwrite the new installation with my bookmarks and passwords ... but unfortunately everything was lost. Had to start from scratch.
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