I came to 1Password when I talked my company into letting me use a Mac instead of a PC about 10 years ago. I was using a password manager (I forget which one) on Windows that didn't really work that well. But I much preferred that concept to keeping a list in a spreadsheet. I tried 1Password and loved it. Done.
Recently I switched back to Windows 10 for reasons I can tell you over a beer. I was glad to see that 1Password had a Windows version – until I tried it. It's not even the same product as the Mac version. Not only is the GUI ugly and hard to use, but it really doesn't work well with Chrome. For one thing, you guys expect me not to use Chrome's ability to store passwords. Second, the Windows version doesn't really seem to understand when a password is required and when it isn't.
I've written before that when I confirm a flight on the United Airlines web site that I spend as much time dismissing 1Password asking me if I want to save the password as I do telling United that no I don't have a lap baby and no I don't want to upgrade to 1st class. I'm sure I could figure out how to make this stop, but suffice it to say that a utility app like 1Password should just work, it shouldn't take a long learning curve. 1Password is constantly asking if I want to save or update a password, even when I've already told it to update the password.
I looked for an alternative and I found a good one – LastPass. I won't extol its virtues here other than to say it just works. It took me about 10 minutes to figure out how to use it and I didn't read one instructional item in a user guide, help article, user forum, etc. And BTW, if I want to use Chrome's cached passwords, no problem.
I'll say this about Windows 10 as a old Mac guy – it's a lot better than I expected. The energy that Microsoft is putting into Windows, the nice laptops that are coming out, and the relative lethargy of Apple says to me that Microsoft has caught the wave. The Windows market has always been big. I think you need to have a competent Windows 10-like version of 1Password.
My two cents...
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