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    Posted: 29 Apr 2010 at 4:14pm
Which software provides the best, easiest to use, calendar, day planner, and event reminder (with audio alarms)?
 
 


Edited by KHero - 29 Apr 2010 at 4:15pm
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hard to say these days..

You have stuff in the Full MS Outlook 2007 that gives you calender & tasks built in it,  or there are may other on the web you can use.  Google my wife uses it for her stuff,  that way she can check it anytime anywhere without worrying of a system crash and loosing it.
But being your criteria above I say MS Outlook 2007



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Originally posted by BinaryBummer BinaryBummer wrote:

hard to say these days..

You have stuff in the Full MS Outlook 2007 that gives you calender & tasks built in it,  or there are may other on the web you can use.  Google my wife uses it for her stuff,  that way she can check it anytime anywhere without worrying of a system crash and loosing it.
But being your criteria above I say MS Outlook 2007

I second Goggle. It's a pretty good web-based calendar.
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Yeah my Wife uses it, I just have trouble thinking of WHAT IF someone was to invade your online privacy!
Matter a fact I think Win 7 has stuff built in it as well.
I think there may be some gadgets that do stuff too.




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Originally posted by BinaryBummer BinaryBummer wrote:

Yeah my Wife uses it, I just have trouble thinking of WHAT IF someone was to invade your online privacy!
Matter a fact I think Win 7 has stuff built in it as well.
I think there may be some gadgets that do stuff too.


Ok, thanks, thats good to know. I've never had Windows 7 before, but have a computer on the way from Cyberpower now, (see specs below), and it has Windows 7 professional on it. I look forward to seeing if it has calendar and more fun things on there.
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