EssentialPIM is a feature-rich personal information management utility that enables you to keep all your important information in a single and secure place on your computer. It lets you manage appointments, tasks, notes, contacts, password entries and email messages across multiple devices and cloud applications.
EssentialPIM is a flexible and intuitive application, which allows you to start managing your information in minutes. It has extensive import, export and synchronization features to help ensure sure you take control of your data.
Once you have setup the application you are shown a crisp interface with a neatly organized structure. There are several sample data sets displayed to give you an idea of how the application works.
EssentialPIM lets you create appointments, todo lists, and notes. With appointments you can specify the start and end time, duration, and location. You can also add a priority, completion status, category, notes, reminders, and repeat mode. The todo lists can be created and organized in a similar manner. For notes, EssentialPIM provides standard text formatting options, thereby allowing you to insert pictures, hyperlinks, tables, and symbols etc. into your work.
Overall, EssentialPIM is a resourceful and intuitive data organizer. It has a good response time and a minimal impact on system performance, using low CPU and RAM. It also has some really neat features, such as the ability to color code the calendar, password protect your database, and synchronize data with Microsoft Outlook. So, if you are looking for a free and versatile personal information management utility, then EssentialPIM is a good choice.
Improved integrated into Windows Action Center new mail notifications.
Better EPIM handling on systems with 2 or more monitors.
Synchronization of formatted text in notes field for different type of items with Google services.
Year view in Calendar now works correctly if more than 12 months is shown.
Fixed couple of issues with Outlook.com service synchronization.
Sending out workbooks via email directly from MS Excel should work as expected now.
Couple of "mailto:" type of links improvements if called outside EPIM.
Improvements with regards to synchronization of Google's read-only and shared calendars.
Fixed other minor issues and omissions.