Please note that a review of the most recent version of RoboForm can be found here: RoboForm Pro Review: Never Forget Your Online Passwords Again!
RoboForm does only three things: automatic logon through passcards containing logons, web form auto-fill using data from identities, and storage of text in safenotes. By focusing on only these core areas, RoboForm has an opportunity to do these three things well, and it takes full advantage of that opportunity. In addition to its core functionality, RoboForm includes support for supervisor/employee password sets, as well as secure note taking.
RoboForm works on Microsoft Windows XP, but also on both 32-bit and 64-bit Vista. It works well with User Account Control (UAC), not requiring a prompt for elevation other than to install or uninstall the application.
For non-English speakers, RoboForm includes support for many languages, including German, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Lithuanian, Chinese, Korean, Danish, Czech, Slovak, Slovenian, Hungarian, Croatian, Polish, Brazilian, Hebrew, Turkish, Russian, Ukrainian, Serbian (sb- and sc-), Japanese, Finnish, and Arabic. I did not evaluate the quality of support for languages other than English.
The street price is just under $30 for the professional version (Roboform Pro), and several options are available if you choose to buy more than one license. There is a free version as well, but it provides only a limited number of identities and password sets (called passcards). This review covers Roboform Pro, unless otherwise stipulated.
RoboForm's key strength is that it is very easy to use, and tends to "just work." This, along with the built-in help system makes it an excellent candidate for a non-technical user. One downside to RoboForm's ease of use is that field mappings between a web form and an identity are not customizable, other than the addition of new fields. However, in testing, this did not prove to be an issue and the ability to add new field mappings does allow some flexibility. Performing mappings yourself will require some knowledge of HTML, as you will need to extract the internal field names used by the web form. Overall, RoboForm's core functions perform so well, it is difficult to find a clear weakness.