How many people out there can say they are happy with the address book they use in Windows? There has not been much improvement to the default address book program in Windows for some time now. What if I promised you I could give you a spiced up newer version? PD-Base is that solution.

The developers of PD-Base write:

This is a free address book program with a much nicer user interface than normal. Also included is a Personal Info page, to keep up with any personal information you might want to save. The program requires a password of 1234 which can be changed by going to the Utilities page, plus the personal information is encrypted on your hard drive.

Over the years I have seen many address books, but most were crude looking or much too complicated having to many un-needed fields. This program keeps up with needed information, such as name address telephone number, cell number, but… it has a large memo field that will hold as much as your hard drive will let it hold.

If you have been looking for a better way to manage your contacts, give PD-Base a shot. Some of the features include: password protection, ability to print pages, ability to transfer information to the system clipboard, a utility page, backup and restore features, and much more.

[4.8M] [Win 98/ME/NT/2k/XP] [FREE]

[tags]windows,freeware,contacts,address book[/tags]