With so many usernames and passwords to remember, you simply can't avoid it: at some point you're going to have to start using a password manager.
MyPadlock Password Manager is one of these tools, a small, handy utility that you can use to securely store all your usernames and passwords. The program features quite a different interface compared to other password managers I've tried. Instead of using the classical tree-like structure on the left side, passwords are accessible through a drop-down menu. I personally prefer the tree-view approach, but it's no big deal.
Using MyPadlock Password Manager is piece of cake. Simply select the 'Create an account' option and fill in the form with all the necessary details. You can then copy and paste these data into any website that requires login.
The best thing about MyPadlock Password Manager is that not only does it provide you with the right password in the right moment, but it also works as a backup copy of all your passwords. What's more, you can export the whole database to a CSV file.
With MyPadlock Password Manager you won't have to remember all your usernames and passwords, and will always keep a backup copy of them.