While wonder about the password angle as you already logged into your PC, are you asking that each app ask for passwords over and over? Does not sound like a good experience to me.
The Apple 2 (remember it?) had a small program which enabled you to type a small amount of text and recall it with a very short string. As an example: To save you writing out your email address such as "email@example.com" you could type "sac5" and the above email address would appear. Is there such a program available for Windows ?
Thank you for your help.
I have not yet used your advise, but I think that it will do the job of remembering some strings.
To remember my email address is for the purpose of opening some social networks and journals, where I need to use my email address and a password (which Of course I keep to myself)
So I click the windows logo key & a letter and get whatever I programmed it to do. I got it from CNET. I think it's called Auto Hotkeys. It types anything you want. Some of mine are pretty long with several paragraphs and links. I have one setup just for my email address. I used all numbers 0-9 and all 26 letters A-Z.
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