LastPass

Remembering passwords for all of the websites that you regularly visit can sometimes be difficult. However, a program called LastPass may be able to put an end to the frustration of having to remember a variety of different passwords for different websites.

LastPass is a free program that enables you to have one master password that you can use to have access to all of the password that you would like to remember.

When you first download and install LastPass, you will be prompted to select a language, as well as create an account with LastPass. The password that you use while creating your LastPass account is also your master password, which you can use to access your passwords to various websites.

After you’ve created an account, you should be taken to your LastPass Vault, where you can view and manage all of your passwords.

Also, you should see a LastPass button, located near the top right of your browser, next to the search bar. If you click on the button, you will be able to go to your LastPass Vault, view websites that you have recently logged into, as well as other things.

When you visit a website and enter in your username and password, you should be asked if you would like to have LastPass remember your password for the website. If you choose to have your login credentials remembered, the next time you visit the website, you will not have to enter your username and password, as they will already be entered in for you.

There is also a paid edition of LastPass, called LastPass Premium, which has additional features, such as the ability to use LastPass for your iPhone, Blackberry, Windows Mobile, Symbian OS, Android, as well as Palm WebOS. LastPass Premium also has a variety of other features, which you can learn about from the LastPass website.

If you would like to learn more or try using LastPass, you can download LastPass for free from LastPass.com.

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