You can reduce the time you spend filling out Web forms and logging onto subscription sites with RoboForm. This major update improves usability significantly and replaces the old, clunky autofill window with a less-obtrusive toolbar. If you don't like the standard toolbar placement, you can run it at the bottom of the browser instead. That's the standard placement for Mozilla-based browsers. The program uses triple DES encryption to protect your data and includes a password generator. You can set up multiple identities with different credit-card numbers, passwords, and contact information. The trial limits the tab instances on each identity to three, but you can make plenty of identities.
Our favorite feature is Login, which with one click will go to a Web page, fill in a form, and submit your information. The program handles check boxes and radio buttons and supports about 20 languages. The new Search field in the toolbar makes finding and accessing any information quick, and we appreciate support for hot keys. Besides returning matching logins and other RoboForm entries, the search box will offer to search Google, Yahoo, and the Merriam-Webster dictionary for your term. RoboForm will save active Web users a lot of time.
RoboForm memorizes and securely stores your online and offline passwords, so you will never forget them again. It automatically logs you into online accounts and completes online registration and checkout forms with one click. RoboForm gives your passwords and other personal data security (strong encryption provided), portability, and complete manageability. Passwords can be printed, copied to another computer, backed up, and restored.
RoboForm has earned PC Magazine's Editor's Choice Award with a Five Star rating and CNET's Software of the Year. The Wall Street Journal called RoboForm an "Innovative, lean, useful product." RoboForm contains no adware and no spyware and has been downloaded over 5 million times.