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Desktop calendars feature comparison

Desktop calendar software is the best assistant for everyday time management. Nevertheless, contemporary calendar planners offer not only scheduling features, but also other helpful options such as wallpaper management, contacts management, offline managing web calendar events and many more.

Here are my top 5 calendar planners:

A Better Calendar (SRO Software)

Active Desktop Calendar (XemiComputers)

Desktop Calendar & Planner Software (Eshasoft)

Desktop iCalendar (Desksware)

Screen Calendar (Flarium)

I’ve compared their features so that everyone can choose what best meets his needs. Look, consider and choose calendar program you like the most.

desktop calendars

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December 8, 2008 - Posted by | Calendar, Software, wallpaper management | , , , ,

3 Comments »

  1. Very useful info. Calendar is what everyone’s looking for in December, isn’t it? 😉 Thanks for the post!
    Helen
    http://flashymania.blogspot.com

    Comment by HelenGr | December 10, 2008

  2. wow miss techie. . . wow, the only question I pose to you is. Why are almost all of the hottest tech savvy girls the ones that choose to form their own esoteric society, separate from that of the geek hordes?

    Comment by ryan | December 24, 2008

  3. Hey Ryan,
    thanks for your comment and I will answer your question:

    You know, this blog is like my second home, so you may understand, that everyone will prefer to live in its own house, even if all the neighbors are geeks and are living together 😉

    Merry Christmas! 🙂

    Comment by MissTechie | December 25, 2008


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