LastPass Password Manager

LastPass Password Manager for Pc

  • Category: Productivity
  • Last Updated: 2018-11-12
  • Current version: 4.4.7
  • File size: 131.12 MB
  • Developer: LogMeIn, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing LastPass Password Manager on your Windows PC

Download LastPass Password Manager for Windows: LastPass Password Manager is an Productivity App, developed by LogMeIn, Inc.. The Productivity App was officially released 2009-08-01. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - LogMeIn, Inc., with the latest current version being 4.4.7 which was officially released on 2018-11-12. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 8,308 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4 out of a possible 5.

Using LastPass Password Manager on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install LastPass Password Manager on your computer in 4 simple steps below:

1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 

2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.

3: How to Use LastPass Password Manager for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type LastPass Password Manager in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on LastPass Password Manager application icon. A window of LastPass Password Manager will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the LastPass Password Manager icon. Click on it and start using the application.

Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About LastPass Password Manager

Developer Description

LastPass is a password manager that securely stores your passwords and personal information in a secure vault. As you visit apps and sites, LastPass autofills your login credentials. All you have to do is remember your LastPass master password, and LastPass will autofill logins for you. Stop getting locked out of your online accounts or struggling with frustrating password resets. Let LastPass remember your passwords for you, and keep you safe online. NEW TO LASTPASS? Download LastPass now and get the protection you need for your online information. You can use LastPass across all your devices, including phones, tablets, and personal computers, for free. - Store usernames and passwords for all of your online accounts securely in your LastPass encrypted vault. - With the release of iOS 12, LastPass can now autofill in-app. Simply launch your apps and LastPass will fill in your username and password. - Autofill usernames and passwords seamlessly in Safari and other mobile browsers. - With free syncing, anything you save on one device is instantly available on all other devices. - Securely store information like credit card numbers and health insurance cards in the encrypted vault. - Log in with your fingerprint for simple, secure access to everything in LastPass. - Safely and conveniently share passwords with others, such as the cable login or WiFi password. - Create secure passwords in one click with the built-in password generator. - Multi-factor authentication secures your password vault to add a second layer of protection on your account. LastPass never has the key to your encrypted data, so your information is available to you, and only you. Your vault is encrypted with bank-level, AES 256-bit encryption. For $24 a year you can upgrade to LastPass Premium and get additional features: - Unlimited sharing of passwords, items and notes - 1GB encrypted file storage - Premium multi-factor authentication like YubiKey - Priority tech support - Desktop fingerprint authentication Download LastPass today for simple, secure access to your passwords!

App Reviews

  • Good app to have but terrible support

    By Jay9739
    I gave myself a gift of three years headache and frustration when I decided to rely on this password manager with all potential functionalities which was supposed to come with it. This idea doesn’t remain any question for even a simple regular computer or cell phone user but obviously the right answer to this inquiry doesn’t come from LastPass. What I experienced with this product in three years demonstrated what LastPass is not capable of doing instead of being useful. All this time I tried to convince myself to keep on counting on an application with such a supportive rankings and volume of advertise to the point that I totally ignored, I haven’t even received one time practical support and guidance to my dozens of support tickets I opened and the fact that if it wasn’t for the built in password managers in each local browser in every device and platform I am using, I have no idea how I could possibly help myself in remembering the log in credentials for tons of websites that I have subscription with. Thank goodness, I finally made the decision to shift to another password manager and this time since I did my research before making the move, everything turned out great for the first time in my life and I just started taking advantage of the benefits of having a password manager on every device I have.
  • An essential security app

    By Your fellow trainer
    I honestly don’t know why I didn’t start using this software sooner. Everything the app promises to do not only meets expectation, but surpasses it. Every possible security feature is available and extremely easy after you get used to it which takes minutes at most (the only thing that’ll take a while is changing all your existing passwords). After that though, it’ll be the best thing to happen to your password system. The only minor thing I would REALLY like them to include is a keyboard extension so I have to ability to fill a password from wherever I am, regardless of being either in an app or a browser. This might actually be unobtainable because I think I remember reading somewhere that Apple doesn’t allow anything but the default keyboard when entering a password. That’s why I’m giving a full five stars regardless. If I need to sign in, I just launch the app and access it from the vault which only takes a few extra seconds at worst. Definitely install this if you haven’t already.
  • 5 star app, proactive developer

    By crentheman
    **Previous 3 star review The service that the app provided was effective and has improved the quality of my life. Getting my passwords updated were a bit frustrating, but after I got over that hump I couldn't be more happy with the results. With that being said the app needs help. I just downloaded the latest version on my iPhone X and saving a password after I generate one causes my phone to completely bug out! It'll glitch to the point where the OS is completely unresponsive for atleast half a minute, which is pretty unacceptable. All in all I trust lastpass with my passwords and I look forward to an update that further improves the experience. **EDIT - In the recent updates I have noticed that the problem I mentioned has been fixed. Lastpass quickly reached out and asked how to replicate the bug so that they may improve the app. I have updated my review to 5 stars now that everything is running smoothly. Simplify your life and get this app

    By jweaver1982
    I installed LastPass because I remembered this was the only password organizer I had ever used on PC. When I installed LastPass on PC not only was it FREE but also came as a plug-in for Firefox. Now all of a sudden a simple task such as remembering, storing, and auto fill has a price tag on it. Apple already offers free password management with their devices so why on God’s Green Earth would any sane individual pay any price beyond $0.99 - $1.99 to remove ads for an app that does the same exact thing Apple already offers for free! So many app/game developers take something that was once free; slap there name on it, and try to charge outrageous prices for simple services. Keeping someone’s information safe shouldn’t cost. If my information is safe, then I have more money to spend to help better the economy. I just don’t get the world today. I once loved LastPass but no longer will I use a service that tries to make a buck just by slapping their name on a free service offered by the phones manufacturer. Apple offers password management. Apple offered auto fill. Apple offers encrypted storage. All the services offered by LastPass is already offered by Apple for FREE!
  • Best on laptop

    By mountain 10000 ft
    I am not a technical person, so I might be missing some features and if I am maybe last pass can answer them. On the laptop it works really great. I go to any site from eith Crome or Safari to log in and it takes me to LastPass and asks me to log in there which is very easy. Then I log in from that site. Pretty simple with the caveat below. On my iPad or I phone it is harder. It try to log in from Safari. Then I have to go to Last Pass and log in there and launch from there. Often it does not launch so I have to get the password and go back to the Safari log in. If it is a long complex password, especially one they generate, it can be very difficult to rememer. Maybe it can be copied and pasted...but still awkward to go back and forth. Then with respect to both of above. Sometimes you are take to a site indirectly. When that happens user name and password do not fill at all. Another reason to avoid their complicated passwords. Some sites don’t seem to all auto fill of ID and passwords at all. Sometime when you go to a new site it does not ask for the information for future use. I don’t like the bright red background. So I have criticized a lot. Why 4stars. 1. It is a great place to securely stor all password even though sometimes you have to do it manually. 2. Everything I said above is prefaced with “sometimes”. Most of the time it is really great.
  • Buggy and extremely poor support.

    By Steve unhappy gmail user
    The application is great. It works and is efficient. But the website that dovetails wilh the application and the LastPass multi verification is buggy and confusing. The web sites doesn’t act the same way each time you log in. Often I am wondering if I had been re-directed to a malicious site because of the inconsistencies. The support is practically non-responsive. I am a Premier member and support requests are 18+ hours and then it was a dumb question asked by the LastPass associate. So another 18+ hours. I got a new phone and as a result I was locked out for almost 48 hours from all of my passwords on both my phone and my laptop. I disconnected That being said I renewed only because “the devil you know is better than the one you don’t”. I didn’t want to to re-enter 145 passwords. That’s sad for a company to have that kinda reputation. I would not recommend until the LastPass makes the website user friendly and consistent and provides customer service.
  • Fix the saving generated passwords problem!

    By Ozone02138
    Ferchrissakes why won’t you fix this problem that people have been complaining about? Every time I generate a new password for a new login, it’s always a toss up as to whether LastPass will remember that password or not. If I click “copy password” that’s the end of it, I’ll never see it again. If I click “save generated password” and then open my vault to search for that new password, nothing comes up. Oh but wait...if I then go to another device, open LastPass, search again, the generated password shows up. Why are you forcing people to do this horrible dance? And why can’t I have confidence that if I ask LastPass to generate a password and then copy the password, it will be smart and save the password? I can’t tell you how many times I asked LastPass to generate a new password or change a password and tried to log in on said website only to find out LastPass DOES NOT have a record of the new password causing me to have to do the Forgot Password walk of shame. This is frustrating. Fix it, please.
  • Tames the password list

    By MungedVoice
    I have been using Lastpass for more than two years. I like the ability to create a new password for each website and the Firefox browser integration on Windows and OSX. I like the fact that it works across multiple platforms. It is not as well integrated with IOS Safari on my iPhone and iPad; you have to use the Lastpass browser if you want automatically log in to a site like on a PC or Mac. But if you use iPhone Safari it's fairly easy to copy and paste credentials from the app to Safari. Some sites have been recoded to not allow automatic field population with userid and password (to meet evolving security standards) so you will need to be able to copy and paste from the Windows or Mac application as well. Overall I'm still satisfied, just requires more steps to use on IOS.
  • Works as described

    By Dude-e
    I’ve been holding off on getting a dedicated password manager for a long time. Mostly because of how annoying it can get to go check the manager for the password, copy it back to the log in page. But after the last update, they added the ability to quickly bypass all of that. It now works in a similar fashion to the default iOS password manager. Can comfortably install it on all my devices now. The automatic password change has been hit and miss with me. Took a few tries for it to get it done for Facebook and Reddit. Almost opened a support ticket for that. Have been using this for about a week now. So far, I’m happy to find something that seamlessly syncs my devices’ passwords. And feel a lot comfortable about having to remember only one master password.
  • LastPass is the best!

    By Homer Simpleton
    I’ve been using LastPass as a Chrome browser plug-in for years (the free version) and it’s excellent - it’s probably saved me hundreds of headaches over the years (I’m easily storing username/passwords for over 50 different sites). Now I’ve got an iPhone, and finally after a couple months of having it I installed LastPass on it... And it’s somehow even more impressive than the Chrome plug-in. Both the vault and the browser work exactly how I would have wanted them to (seriously, BUTTERY SMOOTH)... so far, everything has been picture-perfect. AND IT’S ALL FREE, WITH ZERO ADS. I have no idea how or why they do it, but if you’re looking for a free password manager and/or secure browser for your iPhone, you can quit looking because THIS IS THE ONE!