Eshasoft Desktop Calendar Software is a user-friendly and fun to use all-in-one productivity tool. With Eshasoft All-In-One Desktop Calendar Software, you can easily organize your time and contacts, and browse the Web with no pop-ups.
Desktop calendar software will help you manage appointments, to-do lists, schedules, and more.
Make appointments and set up alarms to remind you of upcoming events, meetings, parties, vacations, birthdays, anniversaries, etc. It allows you to view all your events in a daily, weekly or monthly overview. You can also print your calendar in day, week or month view.
Using all-in-one desktop calendar software, you can create single or recurring events and tasks.
You can also color-code different appointments and tasks.
Drag-and-drop feature allows you to easily reschedule an event or change its duration within seconds.
Desktop calendar presents a different calendar image each month, just as a conventional wall calendar does, but it offers you far more than that. You can customize and have your own monthly photos on it.
All-in-one desktop calendar software can be set up to open automatically with Windows so that it is the first program viewed. This means that your calendar is at your fingertips at the start of every day.
Address book / Contact manager keeps track of friends, family, and business contacts. You can store mailing addresses, e-mail addresses, Web links, and phone information and add some notes for each contact.
Internet Explorer-compatible Web browser with built-in pop-up blocker. This no-nonsense pop-up blocker blocks pop-ups and pop-unders when you're surfing with All-In-One Desktop Calendar Software.
Platform: Win2000,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Win98,WinServer,WinVista,WinVista x64,WinXP
Link to All-In-One Desktop Calendar Software sample code
License: Free To Try
Business::PIMS & Calendars
Date Added: Oct 30, 2006
Last check for an update: May 25, 2017
Last version date: Sep 06, 2012
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