Most of us use similar passwords for different websites. Some of those passwords are generated for us and are very difficult to remember. However, it's not safe to write down your passwords, either on paper or within your computer. One safe way is to use a password manager to securely store your passwords and, with the use of a master password, you'll be able to login to your password manager when you need access to a password. As you only need to remember one login, you can choose a tricky code, so no-one will guess your password manager login.
KeyPass Free 4.3.4 is a free version of the password manager, but is limited to only 10 passwords. Not ideal, but might be worth investigating. Another product, with a similar name, KeePass 1.06 is completely free, without restrictions and rated highly by VNU users.
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