Windows 8.1, 10 App Check: LastPass

By: Radu Tyrsina
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If you have a lot of passwords that you use on a daily basis, then you probably need to use LastPass, one of the best password managers that have been recently made compatible with Windows 8.1. Below are more details.
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We have given a full review for the Windows 8 app version of LastPass, so go ahead and read it if you want to find out all the details about this awesome password manager. This post is a reminder for Windows 8.1 users out there that LastPass has been made compatible with Windows 8.1 in a recent upgrade.

The Windows 8 LastPass app has refreshed its user interface and updates have been put in place full for Windows 8.1 compatibility and support. The latest version of LastPass has seen an overhaul not only for Windows 8.1, but for other mobile versions, as well.

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The app is completely free to download and install from the Windows Store (download link is below), buy you also have the option of paying $12 per year for the premium version to sync your infrmation across all of your devices.

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