Best Free Password Managers for Windows 10


  1. @No There is a new password manager currently in beta called Dashlane. It looks very similar in features to 1Password. Definitely worth a look.

  2. I use Sticky Password Pro but they have a free version too!
    (Sorry about the Guest post – I wasn’t really sure what I was doing)

    Automatic login and form filling
    Save time and be safe online.
    Portable version
    Take your encrypted database with you wherever you go with USB portability.
    Secure Memos
    Safely store all sorts of personal data in the encrypted database

  3. I’v used it since it was initialy introduced (almost 20 years)and still think its great. I would highly recommend it. Yes, I purchased it and have never been sorry.

  4. There is two methods to reset windows login password:
    Methods 1: Use the password reset disk to recover the Windows password, by this methods, you need create a Windows password reset disk before you have lost or forgotten your Windows admin password.

    Method 2: Using Windows Password Recovery software to recover Windows password
    As an easy method to recover the forgot Windows password, there are only four steps as follow:
    Step1: Download Anmosoft Windows Password Reset V8.0 and install it.
    Step2: Burn the ISO image file onto a blank CD/DVD or USB.
    Step3: Boot up your Windows PC by the bootable burned CD/DVD or USB in minutes.
    Step4: Remove the forgotten Windows password on the operation interface and logon PC without password.

  5. I use Intuitive Password. A “rock solid” cloud password manager. Very secure and Ads-free! Developed by an Australian company.

  6. Hi, I’m also using Sticky Password. The main advantage for me is local database of passwords.

  7. Just downloaded LastPass. Total junk. The helpfiles are for a completely different version with completely different functionality. All the menus and buttons are hidden and there is no visual sign of how to activate them. The import function is completely missing, as are all the menus that could possibly help you use it.

    I’m just trying to use some kind of Windows Phone 8.1 compatible app to the Password Safe app that I have used on Windows desktop, IOS, Linux and Mac for years.

  8. OK, I found that just the app is total junk, you can still import via the web browser.

    How I detest desktop apps that can only run full screen and without menus….

  9. I need a password to start my computer — a common security feature in Windows 8.11. That’s the Microsoft password. But a password manager would almost by definition not start up until Windows has launched, so what I do about the password to launch Windows itself?

  10. “Intuitive Password” is a big win for manage your passwords online. No.1 Australian password manager!

  11. yes! downloaded successfully. thanks for it. i tried hack wifi by breaking passwords. but if we use password manager, our wifi will be secured 🙂

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  13. I don’t like RoboForm because you can only save 10 password entries. Once you exceed the 10 password limit they want you to pay. It’s good for what it does, but why pay when I can use another service for free.

  14. I also am using roboform and i didnt get any issues ever…i use it for saving my forms for my site 🙂

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  16. I have recently shifted to Enpass Password Manager. It is available for all the major platforms with multiple options for cloud sync : Dropbox, Box, Onedrive and Google Drive. When it comes to security, it is really secure as it is using SQLCipher .

    It is very simple in use and really helpful.

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  22. I miss PasswordMaker From Eric Jung. It was a FF addon that was great until FF4.0. No support means the system is dead. Nothing is able to replace this for me. Sad.

  23. I’ve been using LastPass on all my browsers for years. I like being able to access my passwords from the cloud, but LastPass is more than just a password manager. It generates secure passwords of any combination of letters, numbers and special characters up to 100 characters per password. The form fill component is my most-often used feature that saves me lots of time when having to fill out personal information forms. LastPass also generates a total security score to let you know how safe your passwords are and then reveals the security of each password chosen so that you can change it ot one that is more secure.

  24. I too, use LastPass and have for many years. I love it. I also, have it on my SmartPhone. I can’t begin to remember all of my passwords and LastPass helps tremendously!!! I have use both the Free version, as well as the Paid version. You get a few more things with the paid version, but for years I used the Free version.

  25. I discovered that Dashlane stops working after a test period for multiple browsers. Requires fee so that it works for multiple browsers.

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