This week, we introduced a new edition of Enpass for Windows. The new version is the port of our traditional desktop Win32 app to Windows Store using Microsoft’s Desktop Bridge technology. The app allows us to offer you our new browser extension for Microsoft Edge – a much-requested feature from Windows users for quite a while.
But what it meant was that there are now three versions of Enpass for Windows. It hasn’t been an easy decision for us, but we believe, it will be the best way forward in the long run. There are technical limitations that do not allow us to merge all of those as one app – The transformation that Windows is going through, especially for delivering apps via Windows Store, is a work in progress at best.
But we understand your conundrum about which version should you use. And hence, this post. Let’s have a look at the three versions
It’s been a long wait, but it’s here finally! It took us longer than what we expected when we started working with Microsoft to bring an extension for the Microsoft Edge browser. Also, while we were working on it, we realized, we need to change a few other things about Enpass for Windows.
The other day I signed up for an online service and received the usual welcome email immediately. But that wasn’t the most pleasant welcome!
Sometimes the things you’re looking for are right under your nose. Enpass offers some really handy keyboard shortcuts that can boost your productivity if used well. Not many people know that there are several shortcuts that work with the browser extension as well.
Over a million users across the world use Enpass on a variety of devices running on different platforms. A lot of you also use other passwords managers – some of them are fine products, we agree.