DEP is a great way to keep track of events such as business meetings, birthdays, anniversaries, or just about any event you want. It sits on your desktop to remind you of your events for the month. It stays out of your way and is simple to use.
Dec 26, 2011 12:05:33
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Email Monitor by RSS 1.4 Monitor your Pop3 Email and Web Mail Accounts. Supports Secure Connections. Set Rules to identify Spam messages so you can easily delete them before viewing with an Email Client such as Outlook Express. Compact and resource friendly.
Scrolling Countdown ScreenSaver 2.2 This ScreenSaver can be used to count down from any future time period. It will display the years, months and days left to reach the target date you enter, and optionally the days remaining.
Description: Desktop Events Planner is a great way to keep track of events such as business meetings, birthdays, anniversaries, or just about any event you want. It sits on your desktop to remind you of your events for the month. You can enter events as Today Only, Weekly, Monthly or Yearly, and set Reminders about any important events that you don't want to miss. Make it small, medium or large, and turn it into just a Title Bar with only the date showing. It stays out of your way, is simple to use, and very convenient.
A-Z Planner 220.127.116.11 Advanced, multi-functional tasks and schedules manager for personal and/or business needs: daily planner with graphical illustration, high priority tasks pop-up reminder with
1-abc.net Personal Calendar 2.00 With this program you can organize as many appointments as you wish, and your computer will show you a reminding message automatically. 4 kinds of entries are available. Including
Court Sets Date for Microsoft Meeting The judge presiding over Microsoft Corp.'s appeal of the European Union's antitrust decision has scheduled a first meeting for July 27, the court announced Tuesday.
Many Scientists Encouraged By Griffin's Appointment Mike Griffin's appointment as NASA administrator is encouraging to many astronomers and scientists, some of whom are concerned that basic research will be sacrificed in the new Bush vision for manned missions to the Moon and Mars. Astronomers in par