If you are the type of user who prefers complex apps with multiple functions instead of many smaller ones, then you probably should try Kybernet. This application makes it easy for you to launch apps, files or websites, organize passwords, encrypt and decrypt files, or set up reminders.

By default, Kybernet runs in the system tray and you only need to double click on the tray icon to access its main window.

Depending on your needs, you can create dedicated notes organized into several categories (new ones can be added without any hassle). For each note, you can specify its title and description, as well as attach one or more files.

When it comes to the password management, a similar structure is used, thus allowing you to sort entries into relevant sections.

Kybernet comes in handy when you want to schedule your PC to launch files or a webpage at a specified time and date or on a regular basis. It can also be set to close one of the running processes at a chosen time.

Another nifty function of this application is that you can schedule it to shutdown, restart, hibernate, logout or standby your computer.

No matter the type of action you want to schedule, you can create a list and have them neatly sorted within seconds.

This utility can also be used when you need to encrypt one of your files. You can either browse to its location or drag and drop it onto the dedicated window, then enter a password. The downside is that you can only password-protect one file at a time, so if you want to process multiple documents, it might take some time until completion.

You can rely on Kybernet when you want to assign hotkeys to various actions, thus automating many of your daily tasks.

All in all, this app can prove to be a time-saver for all those who want to encrypt files on the go, schedule tasks or create notes.