ThinkVantage Password Manager

ThinkVantage Password Manager

Free
It allows users to save passwords for Web sites and Windows applications
4.2  (5 votes)
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ThinkVantage Password Manager allows users to save passwords for Web sites and Windows applications, and subsequently auto-fills those passwords when the user visits those Web sites or logs on to the application. Password Manager provides a user interface that allows the user to review and modify entries stored in the password database.

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Guest ThinkVantage was removed from my Edge 15 computer by Lenovo Software support because it was cycling the computer from the Start page to log in, not allowing the computer to come up. It cost me $200 for them to find this out and I was not using ThinkVantage as far as I know.

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