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Task Scheduler - v.2.1
Easy-to-use task scheduling software that makes organizing your day, saving time, and increasing productivity as simple "viewing and clicking". Try our Free Demo. Scheduling software has never been easier.
The Schedule control displays appointments in next views: Day, Workweek, Week, Two Week, Month and Free Views. Schedule type is set to Day by default. Your choice will be saved on close the program, and recovered at a following enter.
The World Clock - Time Zones
Task Scheduler shows current time and date in cities and countries in time zones, which you will select in the "Configuration" form of the program. You can create so much clock for different time zones, how many it is necessary for you. For each clock you can set a title, convenient for you.
The Schedule control supports a calendar within the schedule. This helps in easy navigation through days. On clicking a day or multiple days in the calendar, corresponding dates with appointments in the schedule control are displayed. The calendar can be configured to display any number of months. Calendar navigator is set to four month by default.
Events and Reminder
Task Scheduler supports rich adjustments for event, such as: reminders, allocation of the selected color, the schedule of repeating events, acknowledgement of performance and automatic transfer to next day until there is confirmation of execution.
An end-user's specific time interval in the schedule control refers to event. An event may contain properties like: Subject, Location, Color Label, Status flag, Start Time, End Time, Reminder, Customer Info (phone, fax, email, note, etc.), All Day flag, Recurring.
Platform: WinXP,WinVista,WinVista x64,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Win2000,WinOther,Other,WinServer
Link to Task Scheduler by SKYCOM-IT sample code
License: Free To Try
Business::PIMS & Calendars
Date Added: Jul 31, 2012
Last check for an update: Mar 25, 2017
Last version date: Nov 10, 2010
Page Visit: 22
Malware Status: Not scanned yet