Mikey keeps track of your login usernames, user ids, passwords, web page logins, email accounts; you name it. Now you only have to remember one password for Mikey to keep your information private. You can also print, export and search all entries
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Docket 1.4 Quickly create printable to do lists. Create a variety of printable to do lists including grocery lists, household chore task lists, or project lists for work. Use your to do lists right on your computer or print them out and take them with you.
My Checkbook 3.1.0 My Checkbook makes managing your personal finances a snap. With simple daily entry and automatic balance features, you'll never bounce a check again! Easily manage your automatic transactions with the schedule feature or use it to remind you.
Description: Mikey keeps track of your login usernames, user ids, passwords, web page logins, email accounts; you name it. Now you only have to remember one password for Mikey to keep your information private. Mikey will secure your information with a single access password and a unique file encryption method. Open up Mikey and you get one click access to enter passwords, activation codes or any other similar data. Easily search, print, or delete entries all from one screen. Easily print individual entries or even export the entire database in two popular formats. Mikey has a unique approach to auto fill forms. You control the information that Mikey gives out. When you need a username or password simply search for the item then click on the clipboard icon to transfer that information to the clipboard. Then you can paste it right to the place where you need it. This unique feature makes Mikey perfect for use on computers with more than one person. Since Mikey is password protected you no longer have to worry about those pesky password managers that auto fill forms giving out your personal information to other users
Brother's keeper? 'No way!', says Xbox2 It is reported that sources close to top Microsoft executives have confirmed that the Xbox2 (or whatever they may name it later) will not be backward compatible with its predecessor the Xbox. Now, if this were to be true, then Xbox users would not be able