If you have any questions about how to use 1Password on your Windows PC, or just an easy way to get started, you've come to the right place!
In a hurry? Jump right in:
But especially if you're new to 1Password, follow along and we'll cover the basics. First, let’s get your free 1Password account:
If you're not new to 1Password, you can still try a 1Password membership free for 14 days and experience the benefits of our hosted service firsthand (including access to all of the apps, 1Password.com, and not having to worry about license management or sync configuration ever again — you simply sign in to your account on each device to access your data). If you're on the fence, you can learn more about the benefits of a 1Password membership. And it's easy to move your existing 1Password data to a 1Password account.
Looking to get the most out of 1Password? Be sure to install the 1Password extension in your browser:
Then you can use it to fill usernames and passwords for you on websites.
You can find more tutorials on our support site:
Last but not least, check out the 1Password for Windows release notes. We're here to help if you have any questions.
If you purchased 1Password 4 for Windows previously, you can download the legacy app from our update site. We do recommend staying up to date though, since that will get you compatibility with the latest browser and OS releases, which is important for security. That's easy with a 1Password membership, since that includes all of the apps and updates. If you'd like help making the transition, just shoot us an email at [email protected] so we can assist you.