Chaos Manager

Complete and attractive personal manager

Chaos Manager is a handy, free Windows software, belonging to the category Productivity software with subcategory Agendas (more specifically All Purpose). View full description

Chaos Manager is a handy, free Windows software, belonging to the category Productivity software with subcategory Agendas (more specifically All Purpose).

More about Chaos Manager

Since we added this program to our catalog in 2006, it has already reached 23,349 downloads, and last week it achieved 11 downloads.Chaos Manager is available for users with the operating system Windows 98 and previous versions, and you can download it only in English. The current version of the program is 2.25 and it has been updated on 8/31/2006.About the download, Chaos Manager is a slick software that will require less free space than the average program in the section Productivity software. It's a software often downloaded in New Zealand, Serbia, and Brazil.

Changes

  • The width of contact columns are now saved.
  • Added a "toggle text strikeout" option to the notebook. It can be accessed from the right click menu (and option button).
  • Added a "Paste (clean)" and a "Copy (clean)" to the nootbook. This will for example paste the text clean without any font/line properties etc. This was added because I find it quite annoying that coping text from for example my browser, also copies the font and line properties to the notebook.
  • Added an option to Setup/misc called "Show date in system tray icon" to have the current date be displayed in the tray icon (only works if minimize to system-tray is enabled).
  • Fixed that after synchronizing the password dialog could look odd (if CM lost focus).

Chaos Manager is a little simple and compact organizer which features an appointment/to-do manager (appointments will pop-up), a calendar, a phone/address-book (contacts), a notebook which supports multiple topics, sync via internet, email forwarding of appointments, print/import/export and much more. All is password protected and encrypted (optional). You can also customize your own skin and background for the application so it won't be too dull to look at (ships with a number of skins).

Chaos Manager key features:

  • Appointment manager, pops-up and plays a random wav-file when an appointment has reached it's deadline (optional)
  • Contacts (address book/phone book and more)
  • Notebook that supports multiple topics
  • Notebook supports text formatting (rich text format) and URL detection (links will be highlighted and clickable)
  • Calendar (for appointments & birthdays etc)
  • Find... search appointments and contacts (all fields)
  • Optional password protection
  • Data encryption so no one can peak into the data files
  • Simple look and feel and easy to use
  • Optional reoccuring appointments
  • Optional email forwarding of appointments
  • Customize program layout (background, font, resizable etc)
  • Skinable, supports alphablending and more (CM ships with 22 skins)
  • Each appointment and contact can have an optional symbolic icon
  • Contacts can be sorted by groups. You can add your own groups
  • The contact list can be filtered by groups
  • Contact field names are customizable
  • Import/export/print option (can for example import from outlook)
  • Import/export is based on .csv (appointments and contacts)
  • Synchronize via internet option (example: synchronize your CM at work and at home)
  • Optional minimize to system-tray
  • No limits on number of appointments, contacts, notes, text field size etc
  • Multi-monitor support

Chaos Manager

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Chaos Manager 2.25

— User reviews — about Chaos Manager

  • teresa.connor.52

    by teresa.connor.52

    "Brilliant."

    I've used Chaos Manager in Win 98, XP and Vista and have found it reliable and easy to use. More.

    reviewed on January 22, 2015

  • jibé6

    by jibé6

    "Excellent program"

    Very good little PIM, between the too little ones and the too big ones. Perfect for the most people, I think. Too bad, t... More.

    reviewed on December 2, 2011