How to remember those passwords
Have you been wondering how you can store all the passwords you use for different platforms in your memory? You will be surprised to note that the easiest method is the simplest and most practical one. Read on and share your views.
Nowadays we are having so many mobile devices and create many accounts on different websites. For example, we have e-mail ids, online banking platforms, e-commerce websites, different forums and many more. Wherever we have an online account, it is protected with passwords. While creating passwords, there are certain rules in various platforms like a minimum number of characters, upper case and lower case, combination of alphanumeric characters and so on. While it is recommended to memorise the passwords rather than noting it down somewhere, at times we forget those passwords. Since there is an option to save the passwords in the browser, many of us use this facility. But, in case you forget the password and simultaneously delete the browsing history for freeing up space, you have to use the 'Forgot Password' option in each of your accounts.
It is natural for a person to use the same password in many of the accounts, but many use different passwords for different accounts. As long as all these passwords are saved it's fine, but sometimes you may face lots of troubles to retrieve the passwords too. There is an easy way to remember the passwords.
Don't worry, I will not recommend any software or app for that. It is very simple. Don't save the passwords. Log in each time by typing the password. It will help you to memorise as well as increase the functionality of your brain.