Dashlane Password Manager

Dashlane Password Manager for Pc


  • Category: Productivity
  • Last Updated: 2018-10-28
  • Current version: 6.1844.1
  • File size: 115.43 MB
  • Developer: Dashlane
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing Dashlane Password Manager on your Windows PC

Download Dashlane Password Manager for Windows: Dashlane Password Manager is an Productivity App, developed by Dashlane. The Productivity App was officially released 2012-05-21. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Dashlane, with the latest current version being 6.1844.1 which was officially released on 2018-10-28. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 39,726 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.5 out of a possible 5.


Using Dashlane 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 Dashlane 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 Dashlane 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 Dashlane Password Manager in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Dashlane Password Manager application icon. A window of Dashlane 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 Dashlane 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 Dashlane Password Manager

Developer Description

Your better digital life starts here. Dashlane simplifies and secures your digital identity—all your personal information that lives online. It's the only app that both prevents and protects you from the risks of digitally storing and sharing your information. - Securely store passwords, secure notes, payments, personal info, IDs, and more in your encrypted vault. - Instantly autofill forms and payment info using the mobile browser or web extension. - Replace weak passwords in seconds using our Password Generator or automatic Password Changer. - NEW! Monitor your Password Health in our new Identity Dashboard. - NEW! With Dark Web Monitoring, get instant security alerts for each email account you add in Dashlane. - NEW! Use Inbox Security Scan to scan your email inbox and find all the accounts you've created, analyze their security, and save them in Dashlane. OUR PLANS - Dashlane Free: Manage up to 50 passwords and autofill all your personal information on your iPhone or iPad, free for life. - Dashlane Premium: Manage unlimited passwords on unlimited devices, plus Dark Web Monitoring and secure VPN. - Dashlane Premium Plus (only available in the US): Get added protection with real-time credit monitoring and up to $1 million in Identity Theft Insurance. OUR SECURITY We built Dashlane on the belief that your passwords and data should always be secure, private, and accessible to only you. - Our patented security architecture uses AES-256 encryption, the industry's leading standard, and a zero-knowledge system to protect your passwords and personal data. - Your master password is your private key to unlocking Dashlane. No one knows it but you—not even Dashlane—and it's not stored anywhere on your device or our servers. - Dashlane requires you to log in from an approved device. Built-in two-factor authentication ensures you are you, every time you unlock Dashlane with your master password, PIN code, Touch ID, or Face ID. AWARDS - PC Mag "Editors’ Choice Award" - Webby Award "People’s Voice Best Mobile Services & Utilities App" - Kiplinger's "Best Identity Theft Prevention Tools" - Inc.com’s "Best for Passwords and Checkouts" - Techlicious "The Best Security Apps" - ...and many more IN-APP PURCHASE TERMS - Dashlane Premium and Premium Plus are available as 1 year renewable subscriptions. - Payment will be charged to your iTunes account at purchase. - Auto-renewable subscriptions will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the initial period of subscription unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. - Subscriptions may be managed and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your Account Settings after purchase. For more information on Dashlane, see our Privacy Policy (https://www.dashlane.com/privacy) and Terms of Service (https://www.dashlane.com/terms). HAVE QUESTIONS OR NEED HELP? Visit our Help Center at support.dashlane.com or reach us @Dashlane on Twitter.

App Reviews

  • Easy to use

    5
    By Ricardo-Swe2
    I am a long time user of password management software, going back many years -Roboform, LastPass and now DashLane. My favorite now is DashLane because it is a good meld of super easy to use Roboform and LastPass’s modern tight securit. I don’t doubt that Roboform is quite secure, but it fell behind slightly. DashLane convinced me to move from LastPass because of such a simple idea... I use a very secure master password, so it can be hard to type correctly. LastPass hides what you type for the master password, so it’s a real test of careful typing and multiple tries to get it right. DashLane also hides the master password as you type for public security but it lets you reveal your typing if you choose, so I get it right quickly. And DashLane is near seem less compared to LastPass. The only thing I miss from LastPass is the good grouping of site passwords in its storage view. With DashLane it seems just a scramble, so I must rely on searching to find a sight’s password. Also, LastPass categorizes things like secure notes, credit cards and identification info much better than DashLane. I hope DashLane is reading this & improving that aspect.
  • I simply love it...

    5
    By pc_tech
    I’m an IT Professional and I have been using LastPass for the past three years. It started to act up on me and when I tried to contact their customer service I couldn’t even get a phone number to call! I followed all of their online support articles but my issues remained unsolved. I decided to give Dashlane a try and after 3 days I basically fell in love with it :) it’s a well designed overall app, and the UI on the iOS app is nice and easy to use, as well as the UI for the macOS app. I was able to export all off my data (passwords & secure notes) from LastPass and import them to Dashlane during the initial setup process, which was a breeze by the way and they walk you through every step of the way. You really don’t need to be an IT person to use this service, it’s certainly designed for the average user who is trying to have a simple and easy way to manage their passwords and have them all secure and available on all of their devices. Highly recommend the premium subscription, it’s definitely worth the money.
  • Going to look for a new password app.

    2
    By Missesmcguire
    Dashlane is honestly only useful for storing your passwords in a way that can only be accessed with your fingerprint. It’s no better than writing them down physically and locking them in a safe. The automatic account upload of known accounts and passwords on your phone is a mess. I have multiple username/email and password combinations for one site uploaded by Dashlane and I have to guess which one is the right combination because the app automatically uploads the wrong info. The auto-login is horrible as well. Dashlane uploaded what it thought was my account log in for a federal financial aid website (it was incorrect, unbeknownst to me). When I hit login from Dashlane the app filled in the wrong login and each time the website attempted to tell me it was the wrong info, Dashlane just automatically enters the wrong info again. It sends you on a loop of wrong login to an error message over and over again until I’m locked out of my account for too many incorrect attempts. You can’t stop the app from auto logging into because it refreshes the page within a millisecond. This app is a mess. I’m trying to organize all of my accounts and this app has only made things worse.
  • a good app if you are willing to work around its shortcomings.

    3
    By nick7493026374
    in the passwords vault, you only have the option to use one of the websites that dashline suggests. you can just choose one and then go on the the edit screen and change the title to whatever you want. but then the only fields you are able to attach is the title, the website url, the password, and an email... as if that is the only information i will ever need to enter into a password manager. other PMs i have tried have had custom fields you can add in to a password. There is also a notes section for each password so you can bunch any additional stuff you need down there i suppose. i didnt think there was any folders or categories until i saved the entry and went back to edit it. you can choose from a few suggested categories, or make your own. you can then group your passwords by the category names. a folder system would be much better in my opinion but at least there is some kind of way to organize things. for me this app didnt have any of the specific features i wanted but there was workarounds for each one so its not all bad.
  • Platform Inconsistency

    3
    By Iukekini
    The problem isn’t so much the app itself, but inconsistency across the platform. The iOS app does not offer the same features as the Mac app, which itself does not offer the same features as the web app. For example, you can only setup two factor authenticated logins on the iOS app. The feature is not available on the Mac or web. What this means is that your logins appear differently depending on the platform you are using, and if you have any two factor authentication logins you cannot use the auto-login feature, plus you would need to access two platforms, Mac and iOS, just to login! Because of this kind of inconsistency, it is not worth the hassle just to get auto password changing feature. Also, you can’t just arbitrarily set anything you want as the master password. You have to formulate a password based on Dashlane’s pre-established criteria. The passwords I use (Diceware) are stronger than their requirements, but since they are not compatible I cannot use them. Because of this, I’m sticking with 1Password, which feels like a much more mature program.
  • Would like better mobile integration, great on PC!!

    5
    By JenniBuginPink
    You MUST use a password program so that each place you use a password has a different one! Trying to keep up with hundreds of passwords any other way is a terrible idea in terms of security & convenience. Since you must use a program, I highly recommend Dashlane! It makes it so easy. It integrates with your computer, phone & tablet and ensures you always have easy access to all those passwords but keeps them out of the hands of the bad guys. It generates passwords for you (you specify the parameters), and tells you when they need to be changed. It can even change a lot of them at one time for you with a click. I hope they stay in business forever, cause I plan to use it forever. PS - I swear that this is an unpaid unsolicited review, though they can pay me if they want, LOL. Oh, I was even able to get my husband to use it! He likes it too. He'd use one password for everything without Dashlane!
  • The Best Hands Down Password Manager

    5
    By Sandanista Pete
    Yes, this is a great application, with plugins for your browser. It keeps track of your online userid's and passwords. It makes using hard to crack passwords possible to use and not loose; your mind. The app is free, this is true. It does have a fee though for those of us with multiple, impossible to count (or two) Mac's and/or PC's if the case might be, or boot camp where I run both OS applications on my MacBook Pro. The ability to sync across apps is worth the cost. Remembering passwords and not needing to remember them or use 1,2 perhaps 5 different ones, impossible these days without a great manager like this. You can even export your data to a spreadsheet and put it under your mattress if that's your thing. This is a five as it keeps me sane. It might have even helped me quit smoking and not killing anyone. Seriously an application for everyone, free version, but seriously worth the cost of an upgraded sync across device price.
  • Intuitive, Organized Data, Indispensable

    3
    By spc777
    The vault has been tremendously helpful especially while on the go. Accessing secure password storage is the primary function for me closely followed by automatic webpage login, payment storage and receipt documentation from Web purchases. The delta are the following (1) very slow startup when booting the computer - I turned this off and start Dashlane manually (2) slow or non-existent sync across devices, the main menu sync now button rarely works and have to go into open sync preferences option to sync the data (3) serious login competition between browser password storage and Dashlane despite selecting Dashlane as main login extension which actually makes login very difficult (4) when at a webpage and seeking to generate a password, the automatic password generation dialogue box creates a password that Dashlane later says is good or unsafe but if I use the “manual” extension password generator, I get a much more complex and very safe password that is generally far more acceptable to websites such as medical or financial institutions.
  • Features complicate beauty of this tool

    1
    By Matenai
    UPDATE of RATING: I have removed another 2 stars as it seems this app is now totally worthless on the iPhone or iPad...even the supposed “open it in Dashlane” function does nothing but open the login webpage without inserting the login information. Also, many sites on the PC have login windows that Dashlane does not recognize and thus does not populate...banking sites in particular. The fact that I have to remember what sites work and which don’t on the PC makes it a real bother. I am almost ready to abandon it. Original Review: I have this on PC a Send iPhone. I find on the PC it works fairly well when you go to enter a password or something you see the icons giving you a choice from the selection list if there are multiple possible entries. I hate the fact keeps asking me for receipts but you can turn that off. On iPhone it's another matter I found it totally useless. There seems to be no integration between Safari and this application. Then if you go to the application and login you never get the thread that you were pursuing from an email that required logging in Safari. Am I missing something?
  • Just unbelievably great!

    4
    By Dethariel92
    To start with, “password import” (from desktop version) is a killer feature that made me choose Dashlane over other password managers, and that’s why I’d recommend this product to you. It’s so much easier to get started like that, instead of manually copy pasting the passwords. As for the mobile app - it’s good. They recently added “Identity Dashboard” which helps prioritize the passwords to change. Compared to another password manager, the feature that I wish Dashlane had is the multi-addressing of password, so that I don’t have to maintain the same SSO password entry for a gazillion sites. Also it would be great to have better formatted notes, preferably in sections – again, something that their competitor has. It would me so much easier to save the answers to secret questions and 2FA recovery codes (instead of putting all of that into the “Notes” section). Another enhancement request relates to changing passwords flow. To update the password in an app one has to 1) “edit” 2) erase current password 3) generate a new one 4) select it manually and copy to clipboard 5) update it on the website 6) save Dashlane entry. There’s a lot that could be enhanced there. A feature that I would also love to see is “Search passwords”, e.g. enter a search term and see all the passwords that contain it. This feature would greatly help with fixing “templates passwords”. Hope to see some of those soon! Keep up the good work, folks!

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