Therre are some really popular Password Managers on the market these days. A lot of people choose to use them to manage all of their passwords in one place. One of the features is that they generate on your behalf some really cryptic paswords that aren't realistically typed in manually. In fact, you don't even need to know what they are. They store your passwords securely in the cloud so that they are accessible regardless of what computer / browser you're using. The idea is that you're more protected when every site you visit has a different super strong password (the kind that aren't realistically typed in and most certainly aren't memorizable), and it's all done behind the scenes. Nothing to memorize. Of course the big security concern is that all of your passwords are stored in the cloud hosted by this one service. They're meant to be stored securely, but should that service successfully get hacked, well, then ... All that being said, I know a LOT of people who swear by them. I don't use them myself.