Enpass password manager gets portable version

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Enpass is a password management application you can use to save your login credit card details, credentials, and other important information securely. The application is available on all desktop and mobile platforms, including the popular Windows.

Now, the developers of the application are releasing a portable version of Enpass. Enpass Portable is now available as a desktop application, doesn’t require any installation and can be used directly from your USB flash drive.

If you are a person who uses public computers like the ones from your university or school, this application will come in handy. Since this is a portable version of the application, you will not need admin rights because you will not have to install it on that computer.

How To Use Enpass Portal Edition

  • Download the Enpass Portal zip file from the internet
  • Extract it on your USB flash drive
  • Go to a public computer, plug in the USB flash drive and run Enpass Portal application
  • Once you’re done, remove the USB flash drive

It is good to know that the Enpass Portable works on Windows OS, macOS and Linux. In other words, it doesn’t restrict you to a specific platform — always a good thing.

Have you ever used Enpass Portable application? Tell us your thoughts about it!

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