The newest version of 1Password for Windows was released in May 2018. 1Password 7 for Windows is available as part of a 1Password membership or as a standalone license. It supports 1Password accounts, local folders, and Dropbox.
1Password 7 for Windows is included with your subscription if you have a 1Password membership, or if you belong to a team or family account.
If you don’t have a 1Password membership, you’ll see two options in the app when you upgrade:
- Try a 1Password membership free, which includes 1Password 7.
- Purchase a license for 1Password 7 for Windows.
Find out what’s new in 1Password 7 for Windows.
Upgrade to 1Password 7
If you’re upgrading from 1Password 6
1Password 6 will automatically update to 1Password 7. When you open the app for the first time, you’ll see all your accounts.
If you’re upgrading from 1Password 4
To get started, download 1Password 7 and install it. When you open the app for the first time:
- You can choose a vault to import. Select your sync method, then select a vault to import.
- Your folders will be converted to tags.
- If you sync with Dropbox or a different local folder, your sync settings will be imported.
After you import your first vault, click Subscribe Today to sign up for a 1Password membership. Set up your account, then migrate your data to your 1Password account.
Or, to purchase a standalone license, click “Need a license? We have those too.” After purchasing your license, add it to 1Password.
1Password 7 requires Windows 10 or later and Microsoft .NET 4.7.2 or later.
If you see “1Password was unable to upgrade this vault”
If 1Password is unable to upgrade a standalone vault you’re trying to import, make sure that the vault is not empty and the password is correct.