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Embird allows you to easily back-up all inserted passwords into a "PASSWORD" file stored either on your computer's hard drive, or an external drive. We strongly recommend that you back-up your passwords regularly to avoid problems caused by re-installation, hard disk failure, or virus attack. If you have a back-up copy of your passwords it's very easy to insert them back into Embird should you need to reinstall the program for any reason.

Installing Embird on 2nd Computer

Embird can be installed on a second computer that belongs to you as long as both programs on the two computers are not used simultaneously. You need to just use the one you are currently working from.

The first thing you need to do to install Embird on another computer is to download the demo program onto your second computer. Then follow the steps below to back up your passwords from your first computer, and recover then on your second computer.

Follow these steps to back-up and/or recover your passwords:

1 - Run Embird and go to Help > Passwords. 

2 - The "Passwords" dialog box will appear on the screen. It contains two sections: "Back-up passwords" and "Recover passwords".

3 - To back-up your passwords, choose the drive you wish to back-up to, insert your external device if relevant, then click Back-up.

Follow these steps to recover your passwords:

4 - Run Embird and go to Help > Passwords.

5 - The " Passwords" dialog box will appear on the screen. It contains two sections: "Back-up passwords" and " Recover passwords".

6 - Under Recover Passwords, choose the relevant drive that you selected in Step 3. and click on Recover.

Tip: We recommend you back-up your passwords to both your computer hard drive (C: drive) as well as an external device.


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