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Total Organizer v2.43

Checker on 6 Aug 2014
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  • Suggested by konrados

Total Organizer is a personal information manager that stores all your contacts, tasks, notes, and todo items. You can classify the items under a hierarchical tree structure, but each item (be it a contact, task, note or todo) may belong to more than one category.

Runs on:WinNT / Win2K / WinXP
Writes settings to: Application folder.
Stealth: ? Yes
Unicode support: No
License: Freeware
How to extract:
  1. Download the installer and extract to a temporary folder
  2. The application is in the {app} folder
  3. Run make_portable.bat, which will create a dummy file called portable_on.txt in the same folder to signal that settings should be written locally instead of the user profile folder
  4. Launch Organizer.exe
Latest comments
Jan on 2010-01-08 12:24

It is not payware,
I looked here: http://www.konradp.com/products/organizer/pro_index.htm
but you can still download it here: http://www.konradp.com/products/organizer/

Ken on 2011-03-11 03:21

If you're the sort of user who likes to store all of their portable documents in a single location, such as F:\Docs (where F is just an arbitrary drive letter corresponding to your USB flash drive), and were hoping to store Total Organizer databases in a location such as F:\Docs\PIM\default.db, then this application is not for you.

In general, if you like to double click on files using a file manager such as Explorer, this application is not for you.

Most importantly, if you specify files using the command prompt by TYPING them in, this application is DEFINITELY not for you.

Total Organizer saves user databases under the user's Documents folder or the Application Folder (portable mode). Either way, let's just say that folder is %base%. If you want to access your documents, they will be located at %base%\My Total Organizer Documents\default\{2811-3294832947398374-39483947239}\SomeOtherSubfolder\TheActualDbFile.db

The point is, you're never going to be able to remember where the folder is located at, because it's nested 6 arbitrary levels deep, behind a GUID instead of a name, and NONE of this is user-configurable.

At one point I thought about reformatting my USB drive to NTFS so I could just make a hard link to the file or a symlink to the folder, but decided it was too much trouble.

either way to located in the following subfolder:

Beetle1 on 2011-11-27 23:58

Best pim I have ever used! Easy use, easy backup. Makes organizing way less of a chore. Try this program for yourself and give it a chance.

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