To disable the 'remember password' feature in FireFox, open FireFox preferences. Then click on the security tab. Under the Passwords section uncheck the box next to 'Remember passwords for sites'.
Now you will no longer be annoyed by FireFox asking you to remember passwords every time you log in to a website.
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