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How to Switch to a New Password Manager

We constantly review the latest password managers as they grow and evolve. Some update frequently, adding such features as password inheritance and automated password change. Others can go years without an update. If your password manager is mired in the past, you don’t have to be a stick-in-the-mud. Changing to a new password manager isn’t a walk in the park, but neither is it impossible. Here are two ways to make the switch from your old, tired password manager to a slick, powerful new one.


Password managers are a companionable lot, not like antivirus tools. In most cases, two running at the same

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