Connect with us
[adinserter block="2"]


3 Best Windows Password Managers & Why You Need One





1Password is one of the many password managers that are available as a service. That is, you don’t pay for the apps up-front. They come free with your monthly or yearly subscription. This in part, is because 1Password makes your passwords available online in case you don’t have access to one of its many apps. It’s also so that the app can enable its best feature.

Read: 1Password for Android Makes it Easier to Keep Passwords Safe

You see, password managers are private silos, mostly, but there are situations in which you’d want to be able to share some passwords. 1Password offers family sharing so that everyone that needs the credentials to look at credit card statements and bills can. The service uses that same technology to enable business password sharing. 1Password is available on Mac OS, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10. There are iPhone and Android versions available too. On those platforms, it can be locked with a fingerprint or a pin code. 1Password sports auto-filling and auto-password saving too.

1Password is $2.99 a month for an individual or $4.99 a month for a family of five.

[ Check out 1Password Password Manager ]

1 Comment

1 Comment

  1. Michael Lamb

    04/13/2017 at 11:51 am

    Is this the type of lazy “journalism” we’re going to be subject to? First of all, this is a robust market with lots of other players. These three just happen to be the biggest. Not necessarily “the best” unless you did a THOROUGH vetting all of products out there. Second, anyone who knows anything about security will tell you NOT to use the browser extensions as they are inherently vulnerable! Third, are you shilling for one of these 3 and just popped in the other two to mask that? Because this is simply not a good technical article about security.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *