Sticky Password version 4.0.0 can literally be installed in less than one minute. Once installed, it is relatively easy to use.
The very first thing you have to do is to decide how you wish to unlock the password database. You have a choice of using a password, a USB device, a bluetooth device, or none.
At first I thought that using a USB (which could be an MP3 player, a thumb drive, an external USB drive, or any other data storage USB device) or a bluetooth device would be the best way to secure your accounts and passwords, but after assessing the various potential scenarios, I've come to the conlusion that the "password" approach was the least risky of all. Here's my reasoning: devices break or can be lost; once broken or lost, there would be no way to unlock the device. The only advice I have to effectively use this product using a "master password" as the unlocking mechanism, is to pick a master password that is hard to guess.
Thereafter, when you visit a site and you have to provide login credentials, the tool will prompt you to save and add the account to the database if it doesn't already have it. Any site with their accounts saved in Sticky Password can then be accessed in the future by simply selecting that account from the accounts list. This action will launch the browser, go to the site, and login for the user automatically. Or if you simply go to the login page, it will do one of two things: log you in automatically or fill in the credential fields for you.
Note that the version I installed seem to only have support for Internet Explorer and Firefox. I tried it on Google Chrome and it didn't seem to have a plugin for it; however, it can allow you to see the account name and copy the password to the clipboard, so that all you have to do is paste the password into the password field, then login.
Overall, it does what it promised it would, and it does it for you effortlessly!