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  • What is KeyWallet?
  • What is a key?
  • What is a form?
  • Where can I get help for KW?
  • Do you have any technical support?
  • How can I help on KeyWallet development?
  • What is the best way to learn how to use KeyWallet?

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  • What is KeyWallet?

    KeyWallet is a useful and convenient desktop utility that spares you the trouble of filling in your logins, passwords and other personal data manually. With KeyWallet you can store your data in "keys" and then simply drag-and-drop them anywhere. A key can contain any personal information: logins, passwords, names, addresses etc.

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  • What is a key?

    A key can contain any personal information: logins, passwords, names, addresses etc. A key consists of several fields (usually 2-3 fields, e.g. login and password). Each field contains a text string. One key example is a key named "My e-Mail Account" for the login website of your e-Mail provider with two fields: "Login" and "Password". Another good example is a key named "My Passport" with fields like "Name", "First Name", "Telephone", "Address" etc. You can also associate a website address with the key, so that you can open the website simply by clicking on the globe icon beside the key.

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  • What is a form?

    The term "form" is used to denote any possible place you want to enter data. It can be an Internet form in your browser, a standard dialog window, a java applet, text editor or anything else where you can enter data using keyboard.

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  • Where can I get help for KW?

    Please visit our Help section.

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  • Do you have any technical support?

    No, we don't provide any direct technical support. However, you have many interesting services in the Community section that can easily replace it:

    We always try to answer all your questions.

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  • How can I help on KeyWallet development?

    You can help us significantly, if you:

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  • What is the best way to learn how to use KeyWallet?

    Take a look at our Demo and then try using KeyWallet! You can also read the help section.

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