As a new user I have two questions:
Where does bitwarden saves it’s vault? On the user’s computer/device or on the server? I’m trying to choose between Bitwarden vs. 1password. For me it appears Bitwarden is a bit slower than of 1password (when I login) both on chrome extension and iPhone app.
Is there any chrome shortcut for logout?
Thanks in advance.
Hi @Sincerity9661 Thanks for your quick response. Yes I’m from South Asia so the server location might causing the delay. Is there any way I can store the vault locally like lastpass used to do?
2, cmd+shift+N opening up incognito window for me (on Mac using chrome)
Edit: Nevermind, I found the solution to lock the extension here: chrome://extensions/shortcuts
Locking (instead of logging out) will keep the encrypted vault stored locally, while still erasing the unencrypted version from local memory, for quick access without needing to type in your master password each time.
Logging out will remove the encrypted vault locally AND wipe it from memory until you log in again.
I have used LastPassword, Bitwarden and 1Password recently and have not noticed one logging in faster than the other.
Trying locking, instead, and let us know if that helps.