Vault 3 stores your notes and photographs as an outline. Vault 3 organizes your information into categories and sub-categories that you specify. Vault 3's outline is easily and rapidly searchable. Vault 3 uses strong encryption to ensure the privacy of your personal data. Vault 3 can even run slideshows of your photographs.
Vault 3 is:
User-Friendly: Intuitive GUIs make it easy to use Vault 3's features. A comprehensive on-line help system covers all of Vault 3's features.
Portable: Vault 3 runs on 32 and 64-bit Windows operating systems, 32 and 64-bit Linux GTK operating systems, and Mac OS X. An Android version of Vault 3 is available.
Fast: Even on relatively low-performance hardware such as netbook computers.
Secure: Password-protected documents are encrypted with 128-bit keys.
Standards-Compliant: Documents are stored in Unicode format and can be imported and exported in XML and PDF format.
Open Sourced: Licensed under the GNU GPL.
Vault 3 is developed and maintained by Eric Bergman-Terrell, www.EricBT.com.
Vault 3 is written in the Java programming language, with the IntelliJ IDEA development environment, using the SWT and JFace user interface libraries. Vault 3 documents are stored as SQLite 3 databases.