MemPad has been specially designed for those who like to keep everything organized in all sorts of lists and notes.
MemPad is a simple tool that enables you to create notes about any topic and then save them in a tree-like structure. This database can be categorized in several levels ("parent" and "child" notes) and organized in any way you want. MemPad features an embedded search tool to locate any note, although I had the impression that it didn't work very well because it didn't find anything outside the note that I currently had opened.
MemPad saves data on shutting the program and can also be set to save notes automatically every 4 minutes. It also includes some security features like the ability to mark notes as read-only or encrypt anything you write on them. On the downside, I missed having a rich formatting toolbar to embellish my text and I didn't like the way configuration settings are displayed.
With MemPad you can easily organize all your personal notes and to-do lists.