is a complex software application designed to help users manage bookmarks, todo lists, address books and network settings, sort them by various criteria, add notes, and so on. It features some advanced settings that should be appealing to experienced users looking for a versatile data organizer.
The setup procedure does not take a long time to finish. As far as the interface is concerned, AriadneOrganizer is wrapped in a clean window with a neatly structured structure, which contains a tree view with samples to help you get started.
Multiple folders can be created for managing bookmarks, todo lists address books and network settings into tables. Important events can be marked as hotspots, while items can be accompanied by icons and set as read-only or retired.
When it comes to sorting criteria, you can take into account the title, todo priority or due date, date of creation or last modification, as well as color or font. What’s more, you can convert the items into folders, sorting boxes or articles, as well as move them into different categories.
Data can be backed up to file and restored at a later time, while the database can be optimized when it comes to size. It is possible to use a search function when dealing with large amounts of data, increase or decrease the font size, switch to full screen mode, create templates, and so on.
AriadneOrganizer has a good response time and runs on low CPU and RAM, so it does not affect the overall performance of the computer. It is filled with rich options and customization preferences to meet the requirements of most users looking for an all-around organizer. Unfortunately, we have experienced some Windows stability issues throughout our evaluation, since AriadneOrganizer popped up many errors out of the blue and crashed.