|Printable calendar, reminder, planner and intuitive scheduler will help you to plan your events on a daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly basis. No more missed dates - get reminder or print the calendar! US holidays. Free download & technical support.|
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|OS||Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP|
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If you're tired of fancy-looking PC calendars overwhelmed with features you don't need, then try My Schedule for free! This all-in-one printable calendar, reminder, planner, and intuitive scheduler will help you plan all of your events on a daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly basis. No more missed dates or appointments, you now can get a reminder each time you have an upcoming event in your schedule. Plus there's a bonus of an entire list of US holidays, celebrations, observances and special days! NEW: print your own calendar with your monthly schedule. There is a number of changes to the new My Schedule. Some of them are obvious, such as the new look and feel. To discover the rest, you'll need to explore the program. Here are some highlights, though. Printing: print your own calendar with your schedule for each month. Search: flip through the year calendar in only a second. Holidays: Easter dates added. We highly appreciate all the suggestions, requests and reports you do. Many thanks to our users whose feedback has made My Schedule one of the most popular calendar products for home and office use. See the feature you are dreaming about in our next release! All the users of My Schedule are entitled for free technical support. Due to our possibilities we provide the high priority technical support to registered users only. Anyway, all the requests from all the users will be considered and responded. We've been producing practical, easy-to-use programs for home and office use. We use the "Shareware" distribution concept, which means that you can download fully-operational packages and try them out for a period of time while deciding whether or not to purchase. If you like the program, you can register on-line and receive a registration code which makes the copy yours, without having to download nothing else or re-install the software. Thank you for your interest in My Schedule! We hope you'll find it efficient and easy to use. --- My Schedule Support Team ---
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Pentium 233 MHz, 32MB RAM, IE 3.0, 3MB HDD space
Minor bug are fixes.
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