Only one answer from my experience, RoboForm click here I have been using it for years, and it is really good. All future updates are free, and it checks regularly. I have more than 120 passwords stored with one master password. Not only does it store passwords, but also personal data such as credit cards, which it will fill if asked.
Roboform looks great, but for the moment I think I'm going to try LastPass. My wife and I both want to use this software, and a 2-user licence for RF is about $45 - enough to make me try the free stuff first!
LastPass seems to do pretty well everything that RoboForm does (as you said Crossbow7). It certainly does everything (and more) that I was looking for.
Crossbow7 - my security software (Norton) didn't like the oldversion.com website. It warned about malware. Have you had any problems?
Anyway, many thanks again to everyone for taking the trouble to give me your suggestions. Much appreciated.
"my security software (Norton) didn't like the oldversion.com website. It warned about malware. Have you had any problems?"
No, I didn't have any problems on that site.
I've since found that this particular version is available directly from the RF website click here. Incideentally it's the last free version that can save 30 passwords - the newer free version does only 10. G
Sorry a bit late with the post. I now use Keepass click here used to use Roboform and changed but I can't remember why! There's a portable version of Keepass too so I use this on my travels and keep the database synced between memory stick and laptop at home