Title. Specify the text string that KeyPass will display
in the title bar and system tray. By default, the value is
"KeyPass". This is useful if you are running multiple instances of
KeyPass and need to differentiate between them.
Start with Windows. If checked, KeyPass will add itself
to the Windows "Startup" folder so that it will automatically run
when Windows starts.
Lock on start. If checked, KeyPass will lock itself on
start and only ask for the master password on first use.
Hide to tray on start. If unchecked, KeyPass will appear
as a normal window on start instead of hiding to the system
Hide to tray on close. If unchecked, KeyPass will shut
down when the close "x" button is clicked on, rather than hiding to
the system tray.
Default entry speed. Specify the global speed for all
database entries. This determines how fast keystrokes are entered
into the target application. The global entry speed can be
overridden by property settings at
the entry level.
Switch to locale. KeyPass will to switch to the
specified locale during data entry, then switch back to the locale
that was in use before. This option caters to users who want to
type at their keyboard in one language (eg. German), but wants
KeyPass to enter keystrokes in another (eg. English).
Disable keyboard/mouse during data entry. By default,
KeyPass will disable the keyboard and mouse while it is entering
keystrokes into the target application to ensure that the login
script is correctly executed. This option allows you to turn off
Automatically clear clipboard. If set to a non-zero
value, KeyPass will automatically clear the clipboard after the
user copies a value (URL, fields, notes etc.) from KeyPass to the
Save in new format. If unchecked, KeyPass will save the
database in the old V3 format, which is larger in size but is
compatible with KeyPass V3.
Enable compression. Starting from V4.x, KeyPass will
compress the database by default to minimize the disk usage. Only
uncheck this option if you need to remain compatible with older
version of KeyPass (eg. in enterprise environment where there is a
mixed installation of older and newer versions of KeyPass).
Enable enhanced security. This is a new option in
V4.8.0. If checked (default), it uses a stronger hashing function
to make the encrypted database more secure. Leave it unchecked if
you need to remain compatible with older versions of KeyPass (eg.
in enterprise environment where there is a mixed installation of
older and newer versions of KeyPass).