### Turbo for Windows
Click on Settings at the bottom right of the Turbo Launcher to bring up the Settings dialog.
- Open on startup: starts Turbo Launcher on Windows startup.
- Disable proxy autodetection: do not use the Windows Internet Explorer proxy settings to access the internet.
- Show launcher in the taskbar: shows Turbo Launcher on the Windows taskbar.
- Allow access to local network: allow cloud launched applications to connect to the local network.
- Allow access to local user folders: allows applications launched on my machine to have full read write access to special user folders including the OneDrive folder.
- Launch: controls where the applications will execute for your left-click launches.
- Cloud: the application will execute in the cloud and stream to the user’s device.
- Machine: the application will execute locally on the user’s device.
Turbo for Mac
Click on the gear (⚙) icon at the top-right of the Launcher to access the settings.
- Synchronize with Turbo.net: save application settings to the cloud.
- Open on startup: open the Turbo Launcher when the system starts.
- Use Extended RAIL: improve visual appearance of streamed application.
- Use H.264: use codec to decrease bandwidth usage for streaming (requires Extended RAIL).
- Cloud Region: select the region where the application will execute and stream from.
How do I save passwords in a browser on Turbo to share with team members?
This can be achieved by creating an image with the credentials set using the Turbo CLI
# Run a browser >turbo new firefox Using VM 18.7.1306 from local Using image clean:26 from local Using image firefox:61 from local Running new container firefox#9afe83e2 # Go to a website and log in, saving your credentials, then exit the application Process exited with status 0 # Save the container into an image > turbo commit firefox#9afe83e2 ffpassword Using image firefox:61 from local Committing container firefox:3.5#a524349c to image ffpassword Commit complete # Push to hub > turbo push ffpassword mynamespace/ffpassword Pushing image ffpassword to mynamespace/ffpassword Push complete Image is private