Software to safely keep passwords is available in several formats, including those for desktops, portable devises, and versions that store your information and make it available via the Web. Some products are commercial, and others are freely available, with a subset of those being open source.
In addition to encryption and other features that address security issues, password management software may also fill in forms automatically, allow users to organize passwords into categories and subcategories, generate random passwords, and other useful tasks.
Common Web browsers offer help with remembering passwords, and although many people make use of this feature, encryption experts express concerns about security of these systems.
Commonly used programs and related support
Keepass has an extensive Help Center with tutorials, forums, background on plug-ins, explanations of features, and FAQs.
The LastPass website features a Help Center that includes a user manual, FAQs, screencasts, and various forums.
You can find a very brief overview of Password Safe on its SourceForge page. The main site has a number of forums, some for users and some for developers, since Password Safe is an open source product.
Access your passwords as well as bookmarks and browser history from various locations.