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LastPass works where you do The LastPass browser extension and mobile app let you quickly generate strong passwords, manage your saved logins and more. Get the Free LastPass Browser Extension LastPass is free to use as a secure password generator on any computer, phone, or tablet. You can access your local web browser's LastPass Preferences as follows: In your web browser toolbar, click the inactive LastPass icon. Enter your username and Master Password, then click Log In. Click the active LastPass icon in your toolbar.

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Securely save passwords and automatically log into any site on the internet.

LastPass Universal Windows Installer

The Universal Windows installer installs browser extensions for Internet Explorer, Edge, Chrome, Firefox, and Opera.

LastPass for Chrome

Features dependent on a binary component, such as sharing of login state with other browsers, will not function.

LastPass for Firefox

Lastpass default web browser

LastPass browser extension for Mozilla Firefox. This will also work on other Mozilla based browsers such as SeaMonkey, Mozilla, etc.

LastPass for Microsoft Edge

If you're using Chromium-based Microsoft Edge, this one's for you. LastPass browser extension for Microsoft Edge without a binary component. Features dependent on a binary component, such as automatic logoff after idle and sharing of login state with other browsers, will not function.

LastPass for Microsoft Edge Legacy

If you're still using an older version of Microsoft Edge not based on Chromium, this one's for you. LastPass browser extension for Microsoft Edge without a binary component. Features dependent on a binary component, such as automatic logoff after idle and sharing of login state with other browsers, will not function.

LastPass for Opera

LastPass browser extension for Opera without a binary component. Features dependent on a binary component, such as automatic logoff after idle and sharing of login state with other browsers, will not function.

LastPass for Chrome (full version)

LastPass browser extension for Google Chrome (full version) provides extra features such as sharing the login state with other browsers.

LastPass for Chrome

Features dependent on a binary component, such as sharing of login state with other browsers, will not function.

LastPass for Firefox

LastPass browser extension for Mozilla Firefox. This will also work on other Mozilla based browsers such as SeaMonkey, Mozilla, etc.

LastPass for Safari

LastPass browser extension for Apple Safari. This is a Mac App which includes the Safari extension. Click here for installation help.

LastPass for Microsoft Edge

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If you're using Chromium-based Microsoft Edge, this one's for you. LastPass browser extension for Microsoft Edge without a binary component. Features dependent on a binary component, such as automatic logoff after idle and sharing of login state with other browsers, will not function.

LastPass for Opera

LastPass browser extension for Opera without a binary component. Features dependent on a binary component, such as automatic logoff after idle and sharing of login state with other browsers, will not function.

LastPass Mac App

The LastPass vault you love for macOS. This is the same Mac app that includes the LastPass browser extension for Safari. Click here for Safari extension installation help.

LastPass for Chrome (full version)

LastPass browser extension for Google Chrome (full version) provides extra features such as sharing the login state with other browsers.

LastPass Universal Linux Installer

The Universal Linux installer installs browser extensions for Firefox, Chrome, and Opera.

LastPass for Firefox (i386 and x64)

LastPass browser extension for Mozilla Firefox. This will also work on other Mozilla based browsers such as SeaMonkey, Mozilla, etc. If you experience issues, try starting Firefox in safe mode.

Lastpass Browser Add On

LastPass for Chrome (full version)

LastPass browser extension for Google Chrome (full version) provides extra features such as sharing the login state with other browsers.

LastPass for Chrome

Features dependent on a binary component, such as sharing of login state with other browsers, will not function.

LastPass for Opera

LastPass browser extension for Opera without a binary component. Features dependent on a binary component, such as automatic logoff after idle and sharing of login state with other browsers, will not function.

LastPass for iPhone/iPad

LastPass for Android

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If you haven’t used the LastPass browser extension yet, then you aren’t getting the full value of LastPass on your laptop or desktop. This helpful tool makes it so easy to save all your favorite sites to your vault automatically and log you in to those sites as you visit them.

Think of the browser extension as a tool that follows you from site to site helping you save and fill passwords. If you create a new account, the browser extension will detect it and ask if you want to save it to your LastPass vault. If you login to a site you’ve never visited before, it will do the same. Also, if you change a password on a certain site, the LastPass extension will detect that as well and ask you if you’d like to update the information in your vault and do it for you. The extension is also what allows LastPass to fill in your username and password automatically.

So how do I install the browser extension?

First, you need to have a LastPass account. If you haven’t already, you can create one here. Once that is complete, download the browser extension here. Simply pick which browser you use, hit “download” and then follow the install instructions. Extensions are available for Chrome, Safari, Firefox and more. You will then need to login to your LastPass account from the browser extension, and you’ll be all set.

Now what?

Now just go about your browsing as usual and the LastPass extension will fill in your credentials for you as you go and save the ones that aren’t in your vault yet.

As a new LastPass user, this makes it so easy to get your vault set up. You don’t have to worry about manually adding sites to your vault. By simply logging into sites as you are browsing, LastPass will save them to your vault automatically.

Lastpass Default Browser Download

One other step that is important to take is disabling your browser’s default password manager. Your browser may already save passwords for you, so it’s important to disable this feature so it doesn’t interfere with LastPass functionality. There’s lots of reasons why using a dedicated password manager is better than using your browser. For example, you can access your information anywhere you need it because LastPass syncs across devices.

Below, see how to disable the Chrome password manager.

What else can the browser extension do?

In addition to saving and filling, the browser extension also can generate passwords for you– which is handy when creating new accounts.

Lastpass Browser Extension Chrome

You can adjust the complexity and characteristics of the password here as well.

You can also access any secure notes or form fills (like credit card information or addresses) from the browser extension as well.

Lastpass Browser Extension Internet Explorer

Overall, it’s just a great tool that really brings out the power of LastPass. So please download the extension if you haven’t already. If you need more help getting started watch the video below or visit our support page.