Active Desktop Calendar

Organise your work schedule, tasks and appointments on interactive desktop using Active Desktop Calendar


Active Desktop Calendar is a software calendar which has appointments, tasks, notes, alarms and contacts which integrates and interacts with the desktop background. Active Desktop Calendar can integrate with Outlook to show appointments and tasks on your desktop. You can easily change calendar icons, colours and more so that you can mark dates with notes and alarms to ensure you are well organised. The calendar data can easily be printed, it has a built in address book which can be imported from Outlook, Outlook Express and Windows. It has many more features and will provide you with the organisation that one needs during a busy work schedule.

Platform Version Release Date Size
Windows 2000, 7, Vista, XP 7.94 Dec. 16, 2010 5.4 MB Download

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