This often includes login info. It could also be that someone else is using the same computer and logging you out. In the upper-right corner of the Facebook home page, there will be a field for your email address. The first time you open the app, you will be asked for your email address and password. If you write a list that isn't visible to anyone else and is under lock-and-key or is stored in a database that contains a password itself, you'll be able to adequately store this password for later retrieval. Cookies are little bits of data that a website stores on your computer so certain information is available every time you visit. This may have something to do with cookies being turned off in your browser.
If you forgot your password, click the link below the log in boxes and follow the instructions to have it reset. Although Facebook doesn't like people completely deleting their accounts, you can close your account so no profile data exists. If you are on a public or shared computer, you should leave this unchecked for privacy reasons. However, if you are wondering where you should write it down so you don't forget it later, hold off on saving it in a place where others could get ahold of your information. Enter your email address and password. Use the email address that you created your Facebook account with.
This app will allow you to log into Facebook without having to use your browser. Almost all smartphones and tablets can download the Facebook app from their respective app stores. Enter the email address you used to create your Facebook account. This will bypass the logon process in the future and take you straight to your news feed. .
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