I have seen a lot of people having multiple accounts whether of different Banks, Email services, social networks, and other login information getting confused over their password or PIN. There is no easy way to remember all your passwords or PIN without keeping a log of it. You can only remember all these passwords and PIN without keeping a log if and only if you have high memory recollections or some kind of neural disorder or syndrome. One of the most used ways in the old days when personal computers, laptops, netbooks, and Smartphones were something meant only for the rich folks was to keep a diary holding all your personal account information.
Nowadays personal computer, laptops and portable devices are very well within the reach of everyone. So in this era it is wise to keep a log of your passwords and PIN details in some kind of password management software. Keeping all your login details in a diary is very insecure, but keeping your passwords and PIN in a password management software is pretty easy and very much secure. On top of that you don’t have to create passwords yourself, these software generates stronger and more secure passwords for you.
Access Manager is a free software which keeps all your passwords in one simple to use list. It is fast, easy, and secure password management software.
Features supported by Access Manager
- Web site passwords.
- Credit card and debit card PIN numbers.
- Computer logon passwords.
- Telephone banking codes.
- Email Passwords.
- Software access passwords.
- Door entry and alarm codes.
How to create passwords or add login details and Credit Card PIN in Access Manager password management software
- Run access manager.
- Click on New to add a new login information.
- Enter the different credentials for your account type.
- Choose its Sensitivity and click OK.
- You have now added your password or PIN number to access manager password list.
Access Manager works well in Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8. It supports both the 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems. I tested this software on Windows 7 x64.
Closing Words: I pretty much think everyone should use different passwords for different email accounts or web sites. So in order to remember multiple passwords and login details, you have to make good use of password management software like Access Manager.