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If you’re tired of man­ag­ing mul­ti­ple pass­words, then the True Key pass­word man­ager may be for you. This handy app is now avail­able as an ex­ten­sion for Mi­crosoft Edge, and you can use it to store per­sonal de­tails like pass­words, then log back in with a sin­gle click.

Your cre­den­tials and se­cret data are pro­tected by a mas­ter pass­word, which is re­quired be­fore show­ing any sen­si­tive in­for­ma­tion. True Key is also com­pat­i­ble with Mi­crosoft Hello (avail­able on se­lected de­vices) mean­ing you can sign in us­ing your face or fin­ger­print. Once you’ve fol­lowed the setup guide be­low, sim­ply click the Set­tings icon and change your se­cu­rity level from Ba­sic to Ad­vanced.

True Key will store up for 15 sets of user­names and pass­words free of charge. If you need more, the Pre­mium ver­sion costs £19.99 a year.

NATE’s best tip! True Key works with Google Chrome and Fire­fox too. Visit and click Down­load.

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