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Full user review
"This is one of the best and well thought out Password Managers that I have seen!"
The installation of Password Saver is easy and intuitive. It is polite enough to ask where you want the program files to be installed and then if you want a desktop icon and a Quick Launch icon. It then asks if you want to view the tutorial and start the program. The key word here is "ask". Lots of otherwise good software will strew program files and icons willy-nilly all over the place.
Though the Password Saver program itself is pretty straight forward I recommend you take a quick look at the tutorial.
Basically here is the idea Password Saver comes with a number of pre-defined templates for storing your critical information. They are Website Accounts, Email Accounts, Credit Cards, Software Serial Numbers, Messenger Account, Dial-up Account, Hosting Account, Database Account. Pretty comprehensive , huh? But wait a minute you want to have a folder for protecting your widget details and there isn't one there. No problem, Password Saver lets you create your own templates.
What else does Password Saver do? Well of course you can set a password for opening Password Saver. It also includes a password generator. There is also a Search function so that when you get it really loaded you can find stuff. Plus you can also export the data to a text file and it has another really neat function. It is the ability to share folders with other Password Saver users. You can export a folder to say a co-worker, Nice huh?
In conclusion, this is one of the best and well thought out Password Managers that I have seen. I heartily recommend it to you!