Dearest Diary gives you a place to record thoughts, ideas, and anything else that you want to save but don't want everyone to have access to. Even on a shared computer, you can keep private records with this password-protected program.
Good interface: Once you enter your username and password, you can access the main program interface. This is nicely designed and provides access to all app features. You can create new entries, search for old ones, and change the date and time to match the record you are entering.
Customizable: Just about any font and color is available to you. You'll never have trouble conveying any message or mood with all of the options you have at your disposal.
RAR format: This app comes as a RAR file, so you'll have to download another program to open it if you don't have one already installed. Even when you do finally get it installed, it can be a little tricky figuring out what exactly you're supposed to open to get to the main interface from the long list of files the app comes with.
This can be a handy program, especially if you use a computer that other people have regular access to and want to keep certain things to yourself. It's free, and it works well once you manage to install and open it.
From Version PB:
Diary is a Password protected Gadget in which you can create your own username/password and login. All data will be kept encrypted on your local machine which means even if many people use your computer no one can access your entries unless they know your password. You can create Diary Entries of Current date, past date and future date and can see all entries using the search option on the gadget which opens up a calendar for you can you can go to date of which you wish to see Diary Entry. In case you forget the date when you made entry you can use Previous Entry which opens up date when you made last entry. Similarly on Calendar you can use previous button when you want to go to a date where you made entry previous to the date on Calendar. Similar to previous button, there s a Next Option. I have one user created as default. Please note username and password are case-sensitive: User Name: Paarth; password: batra.