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@Freewheelin37 The TV browsers are not really designed for  "fully functioning" web browsing and password management (none have a proper "password manager" as far as I know). They are really for casual browsing only. They have never been designed to be "PC Replacements" although many people try to use them like that, and are dissapointed when they find that they cannot download and update "apps" and browsers like a PC or phone can. Some owners even ask if they can upgrade the TV's memory!

The best way to use your Internet Web accounts, is to use your PC/Laptop, download a GOOD browser like Firefox, that has an EXCELLENT password manager built in, and will even detect password fields for new accounts setups, and suggest very secure random password strings, that you can save for every account, (and once saved you can edit any via an excellent User interface (UI )). Logging into any of thos accounts will automatically bring up the correct user name and login (even if on seperate pages for most sites).

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