Everything about this free password-storage program is simple, from its interface to the basic information it captures. There's a very small learning curve, but you may have to prepare your eyes for the all-green interface of AutoPass.
As with similar programs in the genre, this app installs easily and requires a new master password at first use. The compact interface is grass green--the buttons, the password listing, and the File menu text. When you select a button, it becomes a bright emerald green. The button text is small and black. There's very little design to the layout.
Luckily, there is also little to learn. Buttons (Add, Delete, Edit, etc.) are self-explanatory. AutoPass only holds username, password, and URL. You can select an entry and use one of the three copy buttons to take the data and paste it into the appropriate Web field.
If you can click a button, you can use this free program. It doesn't account name, notes, or other information. If you want to keep it simple, and don't mind the color green, this simple password keeper is free and easy to understand and operate.
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