Bitwarden Review: Free Open Source Password Manager for Windows PC

4 Comments

  1. Comes with two factor authentication. Probably the single best password manager I have ever used and it is absolutely free.

  2. I’ve been using the free version for quite a few months now, and so far I’m even happier with it than Lastpass. I’m seriously considering subscribing to the paid service just to support it. On the one occasion when I had an issue with it, I looked through settings and found an option for support and sent off my message. Just a few minutes later I’d had an email offering help (from a real person mind).

  3. Well I am looking for an answer to my question. When Lastpass didn’t seem to be able to do the task at hand. How do I get a password manager to recognize passwords when I have two usernames for a website? this is only for email like Gmail. I have a personal account and a work or business account. and then the other thing is at home I share this computer and my fiance has her own Gmail account? Any opinions on this situation. I have only one username for all my other accounts,but this got me stuck on this.

  4. Hello I have tried many password managers, and I must say that bitwarden works well with both Windows 10 and the Android app, in Windows 10 you can install the extension in the browser edge or chrome, so you have the compilation of sites.
    Also in the free version, to increase security we can use an email as a double security factor.
    Obviously the password to open bitwarden must be written and costudita, because if you forget it you can not recover.
    It is a program that deserves to be tried.

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