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Are you an avid sweeper? If online sweepstakes are your thing, it is about time that you heard of the amazing tool that RoboFormmakes online sweepstakes a cinch to enter. This great tool will have you sweeping like never before. What is this awesome tool, you ask? Well, that tool would be Roboform.

If you don’t have password management on your computer, you must be living in the Dark Ages. Seriously, how do you mange them? I have just checked mine and I have 455 passwords. 455!!!! Imagine that printed out or written down.

But, that all gets easier with Roboform, the world’s most downloaded password manager. All of your passwords and logins are magically at your fingertips, and they’re all secure,

Not only does Roboform keep your passwords and logins in one place, but it will virtually log in for you! Simply go to the Roboform area on your browser, click the website you want to visit, and, in one click, you’ve launched the website and logged into it.

RoboForm is far more than a form-filling and password-managing browser add-on; this inexpensive shareware is one of the most useful browser enhancements we've encountered. RoboForm saves and enters log-in data and passwords, as well as your address, contact data, or any form fields you're always entering the hard way in Web sites and Windows programs.

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You can install RoboForm to save data only on your main PC, or you can create an online account that lets you use RoboForm with all your computers and devices. In either case, memorize your master password, which can't be recovered.

RoboForm boasts a huge range of options and settings. We could Manage Identities and Profiles, edit Contacts, and Import and Sync data from RoboForm's Windows tray menu or browser settings.

Roboform is inexpensive and delivers excellent value, but it's not free. Much of what it does is also available in freeware; just not in one program.

You can try Roboform for free. It’s a full version in terms of features, and will let you store ten passwords – although I think I managed to get nearly 20 into the free version.