Password Keeper is a small utility useful for storing your frequently used passwords. Password information can be stored, edited and printed with this easy to use program. Each password file that you create can contain up to 1000 account entries.
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Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: Password Keeper is a small utility useful for storing your frequently used passwords. Password information can be stored, edited and printed with this easy to use program. Each password file that you create can contain up to 1000 account entries. You'll never forget a password again with this handy utility installed on your Windows system. Password Keeper data files are stored in an encrypted format to prevent unauthorized users from accessing and viewing them. Password accounts can also contain web site URL addresses for fast web browser launches. Passwords can be copied to the Clipboard and pasted into other login programs. Password Keeper can be configured to optionally place its program icon in the taskbar notification tray.
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