Komo (Hawaiian for "enter") is a basic client user interface on which custom client UI applications can be built. It is customized for PostgreSQL but minor changes would allow it to be used with other client-server RDBMS systems. It includes basic program functions, advanced UI features (such as searchable help, welcome screen, splash screen, preference pages, wizards), database connectivity via JDBC, and threaded basic database utilities (reindex, vacuum, backup restore). Developers need only add application-specific features (editors, viewers, reports) and revise the branding components to create their own applications. It is a Java application developed with the Eclipse Rich Client Platform. It is free, released under the BSD license, and is available at pgfoundry.org. Enjoy!