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How to remember your passwords

Stop wasting your time trying to remember passwords. Take it easy and use a password manager.

Graeme Tidd
Graeme Tidd
1 min read
How to remember your passwords

You should always use a different password for everything you need a password for.


Just think of all of the things you may need a password for. That is a lot of password.

Step in, Roboform.

RoboForm Password Manager: Say Goodbye to Writing Down Passwords
Multi-platform secure password manager. One click logins on Chrome, Firefox, Safari, IE, Opera, Edge, Windows, Mac, iOS, Android.

You only need one master password, which gives you access to the Roboform platform and an app that you can use on your phone to access all of your passwords, usernames and any notes you choose to make (known as Safenotes).

Everything is secured with military-grade encryption.

The cost? Around $20 per year.


Imagine never having to freak out about a lost password ever again, for so little money.

You’re welcome.

Graeme Tidd

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