Total Organizer 2.43 for Windows

by Konrad Papala

Avg. Rating 4.3 (59 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.3 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows NT/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 11,742
Publisher Konrad Papala
Homepage Total Organizer
Other Versions

Publisher's Description

Total Organizer is a Personal Information Manager allowing you to store your tasks, todos, contacts and notes divided into tags (folders).

Latest Reviews

gezley

gezley reviewed v2.4 on Jul 12, 2008

Just started using the trial Pro version and I must say I am very impressed. The ability to cross-reference to-do tasks with, for example, contacts is very intuitive. For example, I am self-employed, so I have a folder with Customer contacts. In that folder I have created two subfolders - Payments Due, and Payments Received. If I do a job for a customer but don't receive payment straight away then the task is itemised in Payments Due, simply by clicking on the Payments Due folder on the left hand side. As soon as I receive the cheque for that job I can go back to that task and click once on Payments Due, which removes the cross-reference from the Payments Due folder, and then click once on the Payments Received folder. Voila!! Payment is now recorded under payments received! Yes I know there are accounts packages that do this but I am mobile in my work, and I can't take my accounts software with me and install it on every computer I fix. This program is portable, so I can bring it around and keep myself organized. Very very good indeed! Just what I have ben looking for, and definitely a step above the others I've tried.

KonradPapala

KonradPapala reviewed v2.4 on Jul 1, 2008

@Drewz

Hi,

Please submit this bug on the forum ( http://konradp.com/forum ) with details so I can deal with it. Or contact me at http://corlive.com/konrad

I'm constantly working on Total Organizer and any problems are solved very quickly.

Drewz

Drewz reviewed v2.4 on Jun 20, 2008

I gave it a 5 before but I got to take a point off. Theres somethings that went wrong: like some reminders that got placed at another date.

bouchonx

bouchonx reviewed v2.34 on Jun 10, 2008

I prefer essentialpim...

and like all the other pims...

Originality ?
Oh yes, it is ugly

Drewz

Drewz reviewed v2.31 on Feb 1, 2008

I use it daily, I love it.

zridling

zridling reviewed v1.8 on Mar 13, 2007

Very interesting, indeed. The challenge will be to keep it from morphing into bloat.

dgg

dgg reviewed v1.6 on Nov 8, 2006

I downloaded this with very low expectations. I am very pleased.

It has all the features I want in an organizer (notes, address book, to-do, and scheduler/reminder) and takes little resources.

It's a keeper for me.

freepims

freepims reviewed v1.1 on Sep 28, 2006

Great software, good job!!!

Lisa Hayes

Lisa Hayes reviewed v0.1 Test on Mar 18, 2006

it certainly looks promising. it is heading in the right direction as far as an "organizer" software is concerned.

the layout is simplistic enough to be appreciated as it is. The features are lacking (well, it is to be expected since it is a beta, after all).

Avg. Rating 4.3 (59 votes)
Your Rating
gezley

gezley reviewed v2.4 on Jul 12, 2008

Just started using the trial Pro version and I must say I am very impressed. The ability to cross-reference to-do tasks with, for example, contacts is very intuitive. For example, I am self-employed, so I have a folder with Customer contacts. In that folder I have created two subfolders - Payments Due, and Payments Received. If I do a job for a customer but don't receive payment straight away then the task is itemised in Payments Due, simply by clicking on the Payments Due folder on the left hand side. As soon as I receive the cheque for that job I can go back to that task and click once on Payments Due, which removes the cross-reference from the Payments Due folder, and then click once on the Payments Received folder. Voila!! Payment is now recorded under payments received! Yes I know there are accounts packages that do this but I am mobile in my work, and I can't take my accounts software with me and install it on every computer I fix. This program is portable, so I can bring it around and keep myself organized. Very very good indeed! Just what I have ben looking for, and definitely a step above the others I've tried.

KonradPapala

KonradPapala reviewed v2.4 on Jul 1, 2008

@Drewz

Hi,

Please submit this bug on the forum ( http://konradp.com/forum ) with details so I can deal with it. Or contact me at http://corlive.com/konrad

I'm constantly working on Total Organizer and any problems are solved very quickly.

Drewz

Drewz reviewed v2.4 on Jun 20, 2008

I gave it a 5 before but I got to take a point off. Theres somethings that went wrong: like some reminders that got placed at another date.

bouchonx

bouchonx reviewed v2.34 on Jun 10, 2008

I prefer essentialpim...

and like all the other pims...

Originality ?
Oh yes, it is ugly

Drewz

Drewz reviewed v2.31 on Feb 1, 2008

I use it daily, I love it.

zridling

zridling reviewed v1.8 on Mar 13, 2007

Very interesting, indeed. The challenge will be to keep it from morphing into bloat.

dgg

dgg reviewed v1.6 on Nov 8, 2006

I downloaded this with very low expectations. I am very pleased.

It has all the features I want in an organizer (notes, address book, to-do, and scheduler/reminder) and takes little resources.

It's a keeper for me.

freepims

freepims reviewed v1.1 on Sep 28, 2006

Great software, good job!!!

Lisa Hayes

Lisa Hayes reviewed v0.1 Test on Mar 18, 2006

it certainly looks promising. it is heading in the right direction as far as an "organizer" software is concerned.

the layout is simplistic enough to be appreciated as it is. The features are lacking (well, it is to be expected since it is a beta, after all).

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