Calling ImagiPass up
When ImagiPass is installed on your PC or a memory flash drive, it is automatically added to the Windows Current User's Startup folder. This means that you won't need to launch ImagiPass manually by clicking a Desktop shortcut. ImagiPass will automatically be launched during system startup and will wait in the background. You can check that ImagiPass is running by looking at the notification area (the system tray) of the Windows Taskbar. The ImagiPass "asterisk" icon is visible in the notification area:
Before calling ImagiPass up to specify a picture combination, and as a result a password, you must first click in the target password box. Let's suppose that you want to enter the password to a Gmail account. First click in the relevant edit box:
Then press the ImagiPass hot key (by default, Ctrl+Alt+P). The ImagiPass window will automatically pop up:
In many cases (including with Internet Explorer), you will be offered an alternative way to display ImagiPass. When ImagiPass is running on your system, and you click in a password box, a small "asterisk" icon is automatically displayed next to that box:
You can click this "asterisk" icon to bring the ImagiPass main window to the foreground.
Entering Passwords With ImagiPass
When a software, email box, or Web site requires a crucially important password, you will naturally use ImagiPass to create, enter, or reenter the password.
Here is how to proceed to generate a new password:
Note that it is of paramount importance that you are consistent in your choice of password length:
When you have chosen a new password for a given software or Web site, you can use ImagiPass to reenter that password again and again. Simply do the following: