Password Helper uses two lists of embedded phrases and one small word dictionary to generate up to 4 unique passwords.
Password Helper must be Run as administrator, but don't worry; the program will offer to start it as admin if you forget.
You have a lot of choices here to generate a unique password or just click "generate" and be done. Of course, it might be best to enter a name or phrase to base your password on the top. You can also add months, dates, year, or other characters. Finally, you can also choose a common phrase, word, or sayings.
There are some checks and balances as well to make sure you don't do anything silly here. Using the word "MajorGeeks" as a name or phrase alerted us that we were using our current username. A complete list is generated in a new window giving you numerous options and explanations why one password might be better than the other. Click on any password, and it is saved to the clipboard. We really like the numerous options and the words generated.
Once you save a password to the clipboard, you also get the option to keep it as your computer password. There is also a Password Test Page, but that appears to be broken at the time of this review.
Password Helper has a lot of competition since password generators have become popular, but we like the numerous options, and the results were exactly what we (and you) are looking for.