Exstora Freeware 2.8 for Windows

by Exstora.com

Avg. Rating 4.5 (44 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.4 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/Server 2003/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 6,277
Publisher Exstora.com
Homepage Exstora
Other Versions

Publisher's Description

Exstora is an excellent tool for saving notes, ideas, passwords and scheduled events. It’s the best if you are overwhelmed with the information flow and often need to remember or write down the small texts. The category system will let you keep your records ordered, and the password protection system will hide the private data (passwords, notes, ideas) from the stranger’s eyes. You don’t need to know how the processor is designed in order to get started; the program’s major goals are the convenience in the use and the ease in getting started.

Latest Reviews

dlaws

dlaws reviewed v2.8 on Nov 21, 2010

Interestingly, it's not resizable - it insists on taking up 25% of my desktop. For me, that makes it unusable. Bummer...

arjesus

arjesus reviewed v2.2 on Mar 25, 2008

Lovely app, indeed!just need some GUI improviments and if it has a sync with iPod calendar would be PERFECT!

DeepThinker

DeepThinker reviewed v2.1 on Mar 18, 2008

Interface needs some work but otherwise is simple and stable. Not sure about some of the colour schemes though.

eq2003

eq2003 reviewed v1.3 on Mar 13, 2007

That's just what i want.this app is great.what's more,free

PicAFlic

PicAFlic reviewed v0.9.9e on Aug 30, 2006

Great little proram. Cool new interface and tray icon. Have used it for a while now and have no problems! Just gets better and better!

mikeyx11

mikeyx11 reviewed v0.9.9d on Jul 20, 2006

Great little app! Never had any problems with it, and does exactly what I want it to. Excellent for keeping a busy/messy life that little bit more organised.

ahjefri

ahjefri reviewed v0.9.9c on Jul 9, 2006

Pretty cool interface, I like the idea for putting notes. Program ends whenever I click on add event. I guess still in beta. I have XP pro SP1

Best Luck,,

peterj1978

peterj1978 reviewed v0.9.9c on Jul 7, 2006

Very nice, it's not an application that i personally would use that much myself but i have plenty of friends that are not so good at computers and alot of them would love a simple program to handle calendars/notes/reminders and such just like this application, i will recommend this to them myself as a matter of fact it will probably be me that will have to install it for them. :)

zorty

zorty reviewed v0.9.9b Beta on Jun 10, 2006

tiny. nifty.
usually I have a .txt file on my desktop serving as a clipboard for all the stuff that comes to my mind and needs to be written down somewhere. This program distinguishes from this approach by introducing categories and a daily planer. As presumed it installs itself into the system tray.

just a personal note: the tray icon could be more meaningful :)

tre_rosor

tre_rosor reviewed v0.9.8d on Apr 15, 2006

I like this program a lot. It’s simple but yet powerful. Just one click away and you can then see or put down your information. A eminent program for saving notes, ideas, passwords and scheduled events. What more can you ask for and that for free.

Avg. Rating 4.5 (44 votes)
Your Rating
dlaws

dlaws reviewed v2.8 on Nov 21, 2010

Interestingly, it's not resizable - it insists on taking up 25% of my desktop. For me, that makes it unusable. Bummer...

arjesus

arjesus reviewed v2.2 on Mar 25, 2008

Lovely app, indeed!just need some GUI improviments and if it has a sync with iPod calendar would be PERFECT!

DeepThinker

DeepThinker reviewed v2.1 on Mar 18, 2008

Interface needs some work but otherwise is simple and stable. Not sure about some of the colour schemes though.

eq2003

eq2003 reviewed v1.3 on Mar 13, 2007

That's just what i want.this app is great.what's more,free

PicAFlic

PicAFlic reviewed v0.9.9e on Aug 30, 2006

Great little proram. Cool new interface and tray icon. Have used it for a while now and have no problems! Just gets better and better!

mikeyx11

mikeyx11 reviewed v0.9.9d on Jul 20, 2006

Great little app! Never had any problems with it, and does exactly what I want it to. Excellent for keeping a busy/messy life that little bit more organised.

ahjefri

ahjefri reviewed v0.9.9c on Jul 9, 2006

Pretty cool interface, I like the idea for putting notes. Program ends whenever I click on add event. I guess still in beta. I have XP pro SP1

Best Luck,,

peterj1978

peterj1978 reviewed v0.9.9c on Jul 7, 2006

Very nice, it's not an application that i personally would use that much myself but i have plenty of friends that are not so good at computers and alot of them would love a simple program to handle calendars/notes/reminders and such just like this application, i will recommend this to them myself as a matter of fact it will probably be me that will have to install it for them. :)

zorty

zorty reviewed v0.9.9b Beta on Jun 10, 2006

tiny. nifty.
usually I have a .txt file on my desktop serving as a clipboard for all the stuff that comes to my mind and needs to be written down somewhere. This program distinguishes from this approach by introducing categories and a daily planer. As presumed it installs itself into the system tray.

just a personal note: the tray icon could be more meaningful :)

tre_rosor

tre_rosor reviewed v0.9.8d on Apr 15, 2006

I like this program a lot. It’s simple but yet powerful. Just one click away and you can then see or put down your information. A eminent program for saving notes, ideas, passwords and scheduled events. What more can you ask for and that for free.

TurningWorm

TurningWorm reviewed v0.9.8b on Mar 2, 2006

I give it a 3 for average, but it's a good start.

I remember a few years ago the PIM included with Wordperfect office functioned something like this. I really liked that program and have searched for something similer for years. Sidebars are all too bloated and are designed to pretty much reside on the desktop all the time. The todo and calander list would slide in from the side when the mouse move over it. I feel like this program should do that, but it doesn't. Instead you have to click the icon in the iconbar. Same idea, but it was slicker that other way.

It could also use to be a little more secure. The encryption seems to stay open indefinately once the password has been entered. The calander could use some polish too. It works, but it doesn't look very impressive. It would be really cool if this could sync up with iCal servers.

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