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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 https://www.truekey.com/ and click Download.