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#1 cafejose


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Posted Today, 02:54 AM

Looking for absolutely clear specifications about such things as Roboform, Dashlane, and some others, is difficult in my tries to look or search for their user forums.  For this, I ask here.


Does such as Roboform work as just an extension in a web browser like Google Chrome, without the need to install Roboform software onto the computer?  Like to just go to Chrome webstore, find Roboform extension, and Add to Chrome,... and then user is ready to use it?  Free in this way; right?  This is the "standalone" Roboform added to Chrome.  Where would the login combinations be stored?  On the computer?  In some Roboform cloud location?   Will adding the extension to Chrome allow for creating a masterpassword and Roboform account?   


Most of my password manager user experience has been with LastPass during the last three years, but I am interested in alternatives, since certain websites to loginto are giving me SAVE and UPDATE trouble. 


I would want to first test how the program works using the old Vista laptop.

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