Website Password Manager is a comprehensive program with intuitive options to help you store browser and account credentials in a safe environment, a password-protected database.

Because the application's ad-supported, it offers to download and install third-party tools that it doesn't actually need to work properly, as well as to make some modifications to your web browsers. Unless you're interested in these offers, you can skip or cancel them to make a clean setup. However, you must have .NET Framework installed.

At startup, it's necessary to create a new database by specifying a name and location for new the .db file, in addition to the master password.

The main app window has a simple design and well-structured layout, enabling you to explore the default groups for applications, websites, forums, games, admin, license and social network, remove or rename them, as well as add new groups.

New accounts can be put together by indicating the group, URL, title, username, password, email address, other login details, notes, registration key (company, registration name and key, expiration key), along with custom fields.

The account can be made inactive instead of deleting it, or added to a favorites list for quick access. Any information obtained from it can be copied to the Clipboard. There's also a basic search function put at your disposal for the entire database, in addition to special folders for uncategorized and deleted accounts.

Moreover, Website Password Manager features a random password generator that lets you set the number of keys, length and complexity (lowercase and uppercase letters, numbers, symbols). You can back up, restore and import the database from external files, ask the tool to autorun at Windows startup, and minimize it to tray.

To sum it up, Website Password Manager is a resourceful password management application that should satisfy the preferences of many users. CPU and RAM usage was minimal in our tests.