Password Manager XP is a tool that allows you to safely store your passwords on your hard drive or external device.
The interface of the application is plain and simple, so you can get started by creating a database.
You can give your new database a name and description, assign it a password, set its output directory, as well as add users and groups.
Furthermore, you can select the encryption algorithm that will have the role of protecting your database (e.g. 384-bit key, 128-bit key), configure parameters (e.g. concurrent write access, remember data sort order, override global automatic closure timeout) and set backup options (you can use global settings or customize them).
Once your database has been created, you can add a new record by specifying general attributes (title, user name, account, URL, password), along with advanced ones (e.g. date of creation, modification and expiration, user who modified it) and options concerning files (attach, extract, remove, view properties).
In addition, you can set up columns, copy information to the clipboard, synchronize a new database, use a backup and restore system, remove corrupted file attachments, import and export records, customize fields, set permissions, use a search function and a random password generator, view logs, and more.
Password Manager XP uses a very low amount of system resources and includes a complete help file with guidelines and snapshots. We haven't come across any problems during our tests. Since this software application is able to please both beginners and experienced users, we strongly recommend it for anyone.