Dashlane is a serious obstacle in the path of someone who wants to become a cybercriminal, but that’s hardly your problem now, is it?

Dashlane is a robust password manager with additional room for your various IDs, credit cards and other payment methods, receipts, and notes.

It has an auto-fill feature for online forms which shines once you have added all those addresses, phone numbers, and other personal information you are tired of typing repeatedly.

That is true for all modern password managers, and some are even cheaper than Dashlane, so why do we harp on about Dashlane? We have personally TESTED MANY of them  and that is why we prefer Dashlane!

If money is an issue now, you can use Dashlane for free, with the condition that you can only use it on a single device. If you fall in love with it and have the need to to sync with your smartphone, tablet, etc., then you will justify the cost for Dashlane Premium.

The free edition imposes a 50-password limit on new users, which does not apply to existing free users. On the plus side, the free edition provides an emergency backup of your content.

Getting Started: How to Use Dashlane

You just created your Dashlane account! That’s great but now you need some help getting started. We’ll break down the basics on how to get started with Dashlane. You’ll be “Dashlaning” in…