The latest release of AgileBits' password manager is as good as ever - and a perfect companion for OS X Yosemite.
The password of your macOS user account is also known as your login password. It's the password that you use to log in to your Mac and make certain changes, such as installing software.
If you know your password and can use it to log in to your account, you can change your password in Users & Groups preferences:
If you don't remember your password, or it isn't working, you might be able to reset it using one of the methods described below. But first try these simpler solutions:
In some macOS versions, you can use your Apple ID to reset your login password. At the login screen, keep entering a password until you see a message saying that you can reset your password using Apple ID. If you don't see the message after three attempts, your account isn't set up to allow resetting with Apple ID.
If you know the name and password of an admin account on your Mac, you can use that account to reset the password.
If FileVault is turned on, you might be able to reset your password using the Reset Password assistant:
If FileVault is turned on and you have a FileVault Recovery Key, you can use that key to reset your password.
If you can't log in with your new password after restarting your Mac, take these additional steps:
resetpassword, then press Return to open the Reset Password assistant pictured above.
After resetting your password and logging back in to your account, you might see an alert that the system was unable to unlock your login keychain. This is expected, because the passwords for your user account and login keychain no longer match. Just click the Create New Keychain button in the alert.
If you didn't see an alert about your login keychain, or you see other messages asking for your old password, reset your keychain manually:
If you still can't log in with your password, contact Apple Support for help.
I bought 1Password for my Mac in November 2015 and it works like a charm!
Now I wanted to install it on my Laptop with Windows, but every time I try to enter my license-key it says 'invalid license'. According to your homepage '1Password is licensed per person, not per device. Your single license allows you to use 1Password on as many Mac and Windows machines as you own.' the same license should work on both computers, right? What am I doing wrong?
Greetings from germany
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1Password Version: 1Password 6 Version 6.3 (630032) AgileBits Store
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: 10.11.15
Sync Type: none
I apologize for the confusion, we've updated the license terms for the new desktop license we've started offering back in March, 2016, this new license covers both Mac and Windows.
For current customers that purchased the previous platform-specific license such as the 1Password 4-6 for Mac license from our store, they would have to upgrade their license at our upgrade store here: http://agilebits.com/store/upgrade to get the Windows coverage.
If 1Password was bought from Mac App Store, a proof of purchase would need to be emailed to us at [email protected] to get the discount on the desktop license.
thanks for your answer!
But the upgrade price shown is $32.49, that's 50% from a new single license! Unbelievable!
That's correct. If you'd like, you can email us at [email protected] and we can talk about it.
I just received an answer from your support: The upgrade remains at $32,49.
So if I upgrade that comes to a total of 82,48 $ (49,99$ for the Mac-Only version plus 32,49$ for the upgrade) whereas a new user of your software pays 64,99$ for the same product contents - great appreciation of existing users
That settles the matter.
That's simply not the case. That would be true for someone purchasing the Mac version at full price, but then the option was available to purchase both the Mac and Windows versions together from AgileBits for a discount. I sure can't walk into Subway and pay the difference to get a drink and chips after buying only a sub last time. Even though you chose not to get a Windows license originally, we'll give you a 50% discount as an existing customer, regardless of what you paid originally. Pretty much anywhere else, you pay the asking price for a product, software, sandwich, or otherwise. It's all about choices, and I wish you'd stick to the facts.
believe it or not I didn't remember that I bought my 1password license as a part of a bundle :-(
So I officially apologize for the confusion I created.
No need to apologize! I believe it. I'd be lying if I said I don't forget things myself now and then! I really appreciate you setting the record straight. It isn't easy. I hope you'll reach out if there's ever anything we can do to help. Have a great weekend!