Being a very active Internet user, I have created a considerable amount of accounts over several years; and to me, the most difficult part was remembering the account names and passwords. Programs like Access Manager helped me with this issue and allowed me to store the details for each of my accounts.
I like the fact that the application makes things simple by offering a straightforward interface and easy-to-fill forms. Before you enter any account details, I strongly recommend you to set a master password so that no other user access the information stored within the application. Unfortunately, if you forget this access password, the program won't offer you any alternative to recover it and you will lose all stored account details.
An aspect that I didn't appreciate about this password manager was its inability to back up the entered information. You can make use of this option only if you upgrade to the Professional version.
To conclude, Access Manager offers a simple solution for storing account details. I, however, was a bit disappointed with the application's two flaws I mentioned previously. So, it's up to you to decide whether it's worth acquiring the program or not.
- User-friendly interface.
- Easy-to-fill forms.
- You can import account details.
- Comes with a built-in search engine and a password generator.
- It offers you no solution in case you forget the master password.
- You can back up your passwords only after you upgrade the program to the Professional version.