in all of the other software i use i'm used to version numbers indicating development progress. low numbers being older, less developed, higher numbers being newer, more developed. keypass seems, however, to be using version numbering a little differently, more like how some applications have a pro and lite version. in this case v1.26 being the lite version and v2.23 being more like the pro version. is this correct?
i'd normally install the latest version, here, v2.23 to be up to date. with keepass, though, it looks a bit like v1.26 may well be adequate to my needs. i just don't want to install an older version that will not continue to be current.
thanks for any clarification on this. i just finished a job and have the time to switch over to a password manager now and have, pretty much, settled on keypass. just need to clear up these last few questions first.
Yes, KeePass 1.x and 2.x are developed in parallel; 1.x having fewer features than 2.x.
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