In this dialog you can edit properties of new and existing entries.
On this tab page you can specify the main information about the account. Apart from filling in standard information (user name, password, etc.), you can also assign an Expiry Time. When this date is reached, the entry is automatically marked as expired (using a red X icon in the main window and showing the entry information using a striked-out font). The entry is not deleted when it expires.
By default, KeePass generates a secure, random password for new entries. You can freely replace this generated password with an own one or invoke the password generator again (using the button on the right of the 'Repeat Password' field) to generate a password having different properties. For details (including information how to disable automatically generated passwords), see Password Generator.
A standard user name for new entries can be specified in the database settings dialog.
On this tab page you can assign custom strings and file attachments to the entry.
To use the value of a custom field, you can right-click on the entry and select 'Copy Custom String', which is much easier than highlighting the data in the entry view and copying.
File Attachments / Binaries:
On this page you can configure the auto-type behaviour for this entry. For more information, see the Auto-Type help page.
Each entry got its own history. Each time you change an entry, KeePass automatically creates a backup copy of the current, non-modified entry before saving the new values. These backup copies are listed on the History tab page. You can delete backup copies if you are sure that you won't need them anymore, or you can restore any of the backup copies.