Enpass adds an Edge extension

Enpass, a popular cross-platform password manager solution has now released an extension for Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 PCs (via Windows Central). The developer first announced that it was working on the extension back in April, so we’re glad that Windows 10 users are getting are now getting a handy tool to sync their passwords on Microsoft Edge.

To get the extension running on Microsoft’s new browser, users will first have to install Enpass Beta version 5.2.2 on their desktop, which brings improvements and fixes such as Auto-fill support for all items, TOTP support for other categories and more. You can see the complete changelog below:

What’s New:

  • Added Enpass extension support for Microsoft Edge (Beta) and Vivaldi browser. If you are already using Vivaldi browser with browser verification disabled, please enable the verification.
  • Added import from Intel True key password manager.

Improvements:

  • Diceware in Password generator – The improved password generator now uses Diceware algorithm to generate beautiful, more pronounceable yet strong passwords with more options to include digits and symbols.
  • TOTP support for all categories except Secure Notes.
  • Auto-fill support for all items –  Along with logins, now you can auto-fill all types of items having a valid URL, username and password on login pages.
  • Now you can use defined shortcut keys to copy username, password or to launch the url, from selected item in Enpass Extension (Helper).
  • Added support to manually define scaling factor for high DPI monitors. (Windows only)
  • Added password length indicator on Edit page.
  • Improvements in importing data from Roboform and Keepass.
  • Improved Tray icon handler: Single click on tray icon will open Extension windows, while double click will open the main Enpass app.

Fixes:

  • Optimized memory usage of Enpass, where some users reported that it was consuming high memory comparatively.
  • Fixed an issue where ‘update’ button in browser extension was getting disabled, while changing a password on website.
  • Fixed following issues in syncing after the system woke up from sleep mode (Mac and Windows only)
    • Progress wheel keep rotating while sync operation.
    • Sometimes the username of cloud service was not displayed.
  • Fixed following issues in syncing after the system woke up from sleep mode (Linux only)
    • High CPU usage while syncing.
    • Progress wheel keep rotating while sync operation.
    • Sometimes the username of cloud service was not displayed.
  • Fixed an issue where browser window focus was lost as soon as Enpass extension goes away. (Mac only)
  • Other minor bugs fixed.

Installing the new beta version will overwrite your existing Enpass app. Once you’re done, you’ll have to download the standalone Edge extension file over here and then go through the straightforward installation process. If you use Enpass on your Windows 10 PC, let us know in the comments if you plan to try this new Edge extension.

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