Top 5 Windows 10 Password Managers to Use in 2018

Ivan Jenic By: Ivan Jenic
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Windows 10 password manager apps

  1. Password Padlock
  2. Iron Password
  3. Keeper
  4. Enpass
  5. LastPass

It is a well-known fact that our privacy isn’t as safe as we think in Windows 10 but we can at least try to protect our data. The best way for that is with passwords, and all you need to do to set up and manage a perfect password is one of these password managers.

We created a list of 5 best password managers available in the Windows 10 App Store. These tools will help you with anything you need when it comes to managing your passwords, from creating a strong password, to . So check out our list of 5 best password managers for Windows 10.

Best password manager apps for Windows 10

1. Password Padlock
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Password Padlock is probably the most popular password manager on our list, and you’ve probably heard of it before. This great password managing tool uses very efficient AES-256 encryption to keep your data safe.

You also have an option to backup and restore all your passwords to OneDrive, so you’ll never lose or forget any of them. That means you’re able to backup your password on one computer, and restore it on another. Managing passwords is very easy, because they’re organized into categories. We also have to mention that Password Padlock has no annoying ads.

2. Iron Password

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Iron Password is a password generation tool that will help you to create random, but very strong passwords for your websites or social media. Also, another great thing is that you can also use Iron Password along with some of the tools mentioned above. For example, you can create a strong, random password with Iron Password, and you can store it in Password Locker or inetLock8, so you don’t have to memorize it.

3. Keeper

keeper password manager app Windows 10

If you haven’t tried it yet, Keeper is another great tool to make your passwords more secure. You can now generate strong passwords for each of your accounts and quickly login to websites and applications without having to remember or enter passwords.

Here are some features about this awesome free app:

  • Store unlimited passwords
  • Protect against hackers and data theft
  • Generate strong and secure passwords
  • Auto-fill passwords in websites with KeeperFill
  • Support for Windows Hello
  • Save private files, photos and videos in your vault
  • Access your vault on all your devices and computers
  • Sync instantly between devices, computers and browsers
  • Two-Step verification via SMS, Google Authenticator, Duo Security or RSA SecurID
  • Set a logout timer to prevent account theft

4. Enpass


Enpass is another great alternative if you’re looking for a reliable password manager app for Windows 10. You can use it to keep all your password in one place and unlock them using your master password. The main advantage is that you can access your passwords irrespective of the devices and operating system that you use (smartphones, tablets, desktop computers, laptops, etc.)

If you’re running out of ideas as to what passwords to use, Enpass helps you to generate new strong and unique passwords.

5. LastPass

LastPass password manager app

We’re sure that many of you already heard of LastPass. But if you haven’t used this password manager again, here’s why you should give it a try.

First of all, LastPass is one of the very first password manager apps released for Windows 10. It is very stable and reliable and it comes with a very easy to use user interface.

The app also supports fingerprint technology allow you to quickly access your information. Additionally, LastPass also features some interesting productivity features. For example, you can save important details on your account, including bank account information, your driver’s license, passport information, social security number and more.

For more information, you can read our in-depth review of LastPass.

Note: The apps listed below were available in the Store at the time of writing. Meanwhile, their developers decided to end support and you can no longer download them from the Store.

6. Password Locker

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Password Locker is another useful password manager, but unlike Password Padlock, it costs $1.99. Password Locker collects all your passwords from all websites and puts them in your ‘wallet,’ after that you can create a ‘master password’ which will give you the access to all websites stored in your wallet.

So you don’t have to invent and memorize different passwords for different sites anymore, as you’ll only need to memorize one password that will work everywhere. Password Locker is very well-designed, so you shouldn’t have any problems using it.

UPDATE: The app is no longer available for download in the Store.

7. PasswordsLive

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PasswordsLive allows you to store all your login information from almost every website. This app will make a list of all your stored accounts and you’ll be able to easily see or copy a password of a desired website. PasswordsLive also stores your usernames, so you practically don’t have to memorize anything. PasswordsLive has very good and simple design, and it will make managing of your apps very easy.

UPDATE: The app is no longer available for download in the Store.

8. inetLock8

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inetLock8 works similarly as Password Locker, you have to create one master key, in order to access all your login information. Good thing with inetLock8 is that it doesn’t require you to create an account, and it doesn’t store only your login information for websites.

You can also save your personal addresses, credit cards info, etc. in inetLock8 and everything will be perfectly safe, because of the very strong encryption. Also, your master key isn’t stored anywhere, and only you know it, which provides additional certainty. inetLock8 is available for free, and you can download it from the Windows App Store.

UPDATE: The app is no longer available for download in the Store.

That would be all, now you have everything you need to keep your login info and passwords at the highest level of safety. If you want to know more about the security of Windows operating system, you should check our article about top 5 security apps for Windows.


Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on April 2015 and has been since updated for freshness, and accuracy. Some of the apps originally listed in this guide are no longer available for download.


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