System Requirements for Users
LastPass is supported on the Windows, Mac, Linux, and mobile platforms – so all of your data is stored in a centralized place and is accessible from anywhere, anytime! You can use the LastPass web browser extensions, desktop apps, or mobile apps. You can also learn more about virtual environments and the binary component.
Use the LastPass web browser extensions
In order to download and use the LastPass web browser extensions from your desktop, your system must meet the following requirements:
|Requirements for Web Browser Extensions||Notes & Documentation|
The LastPass IE web browser extension only receives security updates, compatibility fixes, and technical support, but does not receive new LastPass feature enhancements as it is currently in maintenance mode per Microsoft. Please see https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/windows/end-of-ie-support for more information.
Additionally, Enhanced Protected Mode is not supported when using Internet Explorer.
*For installing the LastPass Universal Installer, .NET Framework 4.52 or later is required on Windows 8.1 or later.
Use the LastPass desktop apps
In order to download and use the LastPass for Applications (LastApp for Windows 32-bit or 64-bit version), LastPass desktop app for Windows, or LastPass Mac App on your desktop, your system must meet the following requirements:
Use the LastPass mobile apps
In order to download and use the LastPass mobile apps, your mobile device or tablet must meet the requirements listed below.
|Requirements for Mobile Apps||Documentation|
|Android Mobile Operating System||
|iOS Mobile Operating System||
About virtual environments
LastPass is not currently supported for use in virtual environments. While LastPass may be compatible with these environments, technical troubleshooting by Customer Care is not available.
About the binary component
The binary component is included in the LastPass Universal Installer for Mac and Windows, and is supported on the Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Opera, desktop web browsers via the web browser extension. Learn more about the binary component.