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Keep sensitive information handy and secure with this intuitive program.

As more and more aspects of our lives move online, it gets harder and harder to keep track of user names, passwords, personal identification numbers, and all the other bits of sensitive info that we need to remember. Although online accounts have made many tasks more convenient, creating log-ins that are both memorable and secure can be quite a hassle. Password Manager XP Professional is a simple solution to this problem, providing a very secure but easy-to-access place to store all your most personal information.

The program's interface is basic and intuitive, and we had no trouble getting started. Users simply create a new database, and then enter the information they want to record. There are a variety of templates for different types of information, including credit cards accounts, addresses and other contact info, software serial numbers, Web site log-ins, and more. All of this information is organized by category in a tree structure within the database, making it easy to find what you're looking for. Users can create multiple databases, each of which is protected by a password and up to eight different kinds of encryption. Password Manager can also be installed on portable devices, such as USB drives, allowing you to keep your information handy and secure. Overall, Password Manager isn't flashy or particularly visually impressive, but it's extremely easy to use and effective.

Password Manager XP Professional has a 30-day trial period. It installs and uninstalls without issues. We recommend this program to all users.

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