Bob Newman wrote:
> I have just started using IE8 and am trying to install the Last Pass add-on
> as I loved it with Firefox. I am getting an error message "The paging file
> is too small for this operation to complete" when trying to install Last
> Pass. Help please.
Not an issue with IE. This is an error message spewed out by the
product's installer. Is this the add-on you are asking about?
for whom their site is at:
Have you yet cleared the TIF folder for the web browser? Since this is
a question about a specific add-on, users in their forums might have
experience with this error issued by their installation.
Did you try a prior version? Could be there is a bug in their latest
I've never cared for any scheme that has me saving my login credentials
somewhere online with some 3rd party. I'd rather memorize a simple to
remember algorithm that I can use at every site that I visit but which
generates a password that is unique at every site. No software to
install, no creating an online account, and no logging into that account
to save and retrieve my passwords. Works no matter which web browser or
other application that I use for logging into a site. If LastPass
worked WITHOUT having to login (i.e., it used a locally cached and
encrypted copy of my passwords) then the convenience feature of
auto-fill for login fields would be handy. Their "feature" of having to
login to save and retrieve passwords from their server obviates the
convenience of auto-fill for login credentials. If you use their
features, yeah, you'll have one login/master password to remember but
what if you are somewhere that you cannot install their software, like
at library hosts, Internet cafes, work, and so on? Poof, there goes all
of its conveniences, and you won't know what were those strong passwords
that it used at those login sites.