Hello @conceptualclarityYou could have made a poll and maybe you still can.
I use LastPass. I find it a lot better than RoboForm which I used to use. I like it for giving me autofill even when no password is called for. I MUCH prefer autofilling forms. LastPass also lets me store information very securely in Secure Notes.
I don't think it makes sense to be without a password manager. Certainly it allows you to do much more secure passwords. I used to have the same password on every site. Now it's 20-character, numerals, upper case letters, lower case letters and special characters in every password.
The autofill aspect is so useful to me I am certain I will not be abandoning a password manager.LastPass, they learned from their lil mishap, I used Truekey for a bit, but have been back to lastpass for a few months now, I missed it, and have had 0 issues.
The issue is, MS is testing a new verification process, and yes I know the topic has been slung around for some time now, but this is imminent the testing they are doing now seems to support a change coming very soon that may render most PW managers obsolete.
"BitKey" verification I think, cant remember have to do some looking but it should not be too hard to look up.
Pick a secure PW manager but don't get too comfy, you may be dumping it soon.
One thing to keep in mind is truth is easier to remember than fabrication.As for security questions, you can put fake answers. If they happen to know the real ones... well, bad luck to them, it won't work in this case. I like this technique a lot. The answers could be something only you would ever know, despite being related to the question at all or not. Or, the answers could be strong mini-passwords (e.g. certain character length, using combination of both upper-case and lower-case, containing numbers and special characters, not being anything personal related, etc.).
Unless things have changed recently, Premium is necessary for using LastPass on a phone. However, for PC/laptop it has only added priority support.