1Password is one of the most used options when it comes to keeping our passwords close at hand completely secure thanks to its user-friendliness and how useful it ends up being, apart from the extra security that it brings us in our day to day in Internet. Until now AgileBits utility was available for Mac, iOS and Android (Being the launch of the latter quite recent), and the version for Windows was somewhat marginalized from the rest due to its beta status (more than 85 beta versions and hundreds of fixes in between).
But finally the company has decided to launch the stable version of the program for Windows, which leaves us with a complete utility in which the goal is to be as similar as possible to the version that already exists for Mac. We will have our password shelters for all our accounts, in addition to which we also have a few additional functions that are in charge of making our accounts much more secure or that they warn us if our account may be in danger due to different vulnerabilities or that the site has been compromised.
All our passwords, now secure in Windows
Perhaps the only thing that can hurt when using it is that we have to make a single payment at first: if we have used the beta it will cost us about 18 euros, while if we are new it will be 37 that amount to 51 if we buy a family pack of five licenses. If each user is compensated for this extra dose of security, it is something that each user will have to value, but in an Internet where dangers lurk at every corner, it is never over-armor to protect ourselves against possible dangers.
Source | SlashGear