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Hello leotavano. Welcome, As you don't mention the operating system this is for Windows, however, I think the product is fairly similar irrestective of platform. The document / image storage is (imo) not really designed for mass storage: :quote "Documents - You can store important documents (for example, scanned Passports/IDs and PDF files) in Kaspersky Password Manager to keep them safe and always close at hand". unquote
  1. With additional encryption (imo) other cloud storage is more appropriate for documents/images that require secure storage, but are not "mission critical"
Best regards. Kaspersky Password Manager 9 https://support.kaspersky.com/kpm/windows https://help.kaspersky.com/KPM/Win9.2/en-US/156239.htm
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I'm also on the fence - to get KPM or not to get. Any feedbacks from real users?
Hello Coreyberns, Do you use other Kaspersky products from the Home Products range? If you do, KPM comes as a pre-installed module. If you don't & you would like to know how it works & if it suits you, install KPM free & test it. I've included some help documentation for KPM installed on a Windows system, it's also available for MacOs, Android & iOs Thanks. https://help.kaspersky.com/KPM/Win9.2/en-US/85461.htm
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I'm also on the fence - to get KPM or not to get. Any feedbacks from real users?
Hello Coreyberns, Do you use other Kaspersky products from the Home Products range? If you do, KPM comes as a pre-installed module. If you don't & you would like to know how it works & if it suits you, install KPM free & test it. I've included some help documentation for KPM installed on a Windows system, it's also available for MacOs, Android & iOs Thanks.https://help.kaspersky.com/KPM/Win9.2/en-US/85461.htm
Thanks for your prompt reply. No, I'm not using any Kaspersky products at the moment. But used to at my previous job and I really liked some of its tools. But what about PERSONAL use, not corporate? That is a question for me as well.
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What about PERSONAL use, not corporate? That is a question for me as well.
Hello Coreyberns, I don't really understand your question, personal use of KPM? If you can clarify the question I will answer as best I can. Also, it's always good to install the free version of any software and test it to see if it suits your needs. The thing to first check when you are wanting to use any software is - is it compatible with the operating system? Thanks
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