Advanced Diary

Advanced Diary 3.7.1

Keep a personal diary on your computer

Advanced Diary is a great, free software only available for Windows, being part of the category Productivity software with subcategory Diaries. View full description

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Advanced Diary is a great, free software only available for Windows, being part of the category Productivity software with subcategory Diaries.

More about Advanced Diary

Since we added this software to our catalog in 2004, it has obtained 34,789 installations, and last week it had 18 installations.

The current version of the software is 3.7.1 and was updated on 4/27/2007. It's available for users with the operating system Windows 98 and former versions, and it is only available in English.

Advanced Diary is a slick software that needs less storage space than many software in the category Productivity software. It's a software frequently downloaded in some countries such as India, United Kingdom, and South Africa.

Do you need a simple and free private digital diary for your daily records? Advanced Diary is the perfect choice. First, it supports multiple diaries and multiple entries for a single day. This is a unique feature, because no other diary software is capable of keeping multiple diaries in a single database file.

Second, Advanced Diary is clearly structured and easily searched. Interlinking one entry to another is possible as well. Third, there are two available modes - Calendar (show by date) and Document Tree (show by file).

The Calendar mode, as the name implies, shows a calendar. A user can access diary entries by simply jumping to a certain date. The Document Tree mode displays a so-called "file tree" so a person can open a desired file immediately. Since both modes are useful in their own unique ways, it's smart to switch between them, depending on the situation.

— User reviews — about Advanced Diary

  • Deacon Joseph

    by Deacon Joseph

    "File Extension"

    I have the Advanced Diary software on my computer. I enjoy it very much and exactly serves my purpose. The only concern ... More.

    reviewed on September 22, 2010