Please, specify the changes, thanks
I can share my experience. First, I have a lifetime license (for I have purchased the iOS version years ago). I have been using Enpass 6 for some time and all I got is good experience. I am enjoying WebDav sync (I sync my vault to Koofr) and I like the print functionality that allows you to print all of your password. The most important feature for me is the custom fields (I know it is available in other password managers). It also offers support for generating OTP codes. Syncing your vault to a cloud of your choosing is sth great when it comes to security.A review about Enpass? Pm or posted here will be fine
Hi @oldschool! Have you given MB a try?As I suggested above. Happy, unwise clickers might want a companion.
I'm tempted to try it alone just for the heck of it but I've only recently installed BD Free. Maybe later. Let us know how you like it, my friend!
Can you downgrade an admin account without first creating a new admin account? Not that you are left on SUA and can't create a new admin?You might consider downgrading your everyday user account from Admin to Standard User. Then, add a second user account that you use only for admin functions such as program installations.
Can you downgrade an admin account without first creating a new admin account? Not that you are left on SUA and can't create a new admin?
I always create it under "Other Accounts" - a stand alone administrator account that you mainly use to control the machine and install programs, doesn't need to have a Microsoft email account associated it, so I always click on "Other Users", and then when it asks you for "How will this person sign in?" and wants and email address, look just below where you would put their email address and there is a blue link that says "I don't have this person's sign-in information". Click on that, and then you will get another screen that says "Create account". Look at the bottom of that screen and there is a option that says "Add a user without a Microsoft account". Click on this link and you can then just put in a user name and password, and give them administrator rights. Pick a user name is that is not obvious - don't use "Administrator". Use something else. I use "Installer".