How many times in the last month have you gone to bed with your head still full of plans, thoughts, concepts, ideas, unfinished tasks and other things that should be normally put aside onto your bedside table by midnight? If you recall more than one occasion, it can mean that you are either a very busy person or need better organization and time management skills — or both at the same time. Fixing this problem will take a great deal of efforts on your end and a tool that will help you structure and organize your day in a way that will let you finally separate work and your own out-of-office life.
C-Organizer Professional is a perfect example of such software. This powerful personal planner and organizer has a lightweight and intuitive interface, and combines the functionality of an address book, a personal planner, a password/bookmark manager, a notebook and a calendar under a single umbrella. Every item at your disposal can be shared over the network, so you and several of your assistants or colleagues can simultaneously use the same calendar or list of contacts. Your appointments, tasks, contacts and notes can also be easily synchronized with your PocketPC or Palm device. The program supports various interface layouts and color schemes, flexible event recurrence rules, task grouping, password protection and data encryption, rich text formatting in notes, as well as various import/export options.
C-Organizer is a compact, affordable and extremely customizable personal time management application with a multi-language interface and an array of functions that will satisfy even the most demanding users!
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