CNET Editors' review
In a world where almost everything is online, from e-mail to credit cards, social networking to car insurance, keeping passwords both secure and manageable is no easy task. Security experts recommend that you not use the same password for everything, and that you incorporate a mix of letters, numbers, and punctuation. Who can remember so many different nonsensical passwords? Fortunately, there's Efficient Password Manager, a simple and effective way to keep track of passwords for just about everything.
The program's interface is plain and intuitive, reminding us a bit of Microsoft Outlook. There are separate sections in which users can enter basic passwords, as well as software registration codes and log-in information for e-mail and FTP accounts. A separate area allows users to enter the URLs of their favorite Web sites and accompanying log-in information. Although the program doesn't actually log users in automatically, right-clicking on any items allows users to easily copy their username and password, which can then be pasted into the desired location. The program also includes a customizable password generator that lets users specify the desired length and character types of the password. Overall, we found that Efficient Password Manager lived up to its name; it's nothing fancy, but it is any easy and attractive way to keep passwords safe and handy. The program's built-in Help file was obviously not written by a native English-speaker, but it's easy enough to understand.
Efficient Password Manager is free. The program installs and uninstalls without issues. We recommend this program to all users.
Efficient Password Manager allows you to manage your different passwords.It can help you remember generic passwords, software registration codes, e-mail account passwords, etc. All your password information is protected and encrypted.
What's new in this version: Version 1.60 Build 79 adds the feature of compacting data file.
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All versions:3.5 stars
out of 8 votes
Current version:2.0 stars
out of 1 votes
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"I can't figure it out. (duH!)"
Version: Efficient Password Manager 1.60 Build 79
Nice looks - it seems as if you can keep both your computer files and your internet passwords safe and secure. Which I'm really after the pass word thing.
I'll be the first one to tell you, I am a older, computer idiot. I couldn't figure how to get the blasted thing to work. So I got rid of it.
Nice looks - I just wish people would realize that not every person has a computer degree, and that using their offered product might be better recieved if some directions for beginners went along with it.
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