I'm looking for a good, free, calendar software because I severely lack organizational skills. Software must fulfill the following criteria: -It must be free -I must be able to write my stuff into fields for a particular day. I do not want or need an integrated music player, photo organizer, address book, or coffee machine. All I want the program to include is a calendar. -An 'Open at Windows Startup' feature. Though not necessary, it would be helpful for the calendar to pop up every time I start my computer. Anyone know anything roughly fitting that description?
Mozilla Thunderbird is a great open-source free app.
You might also try Google Calender (although, it's online only).
What is this place?
17th February 2007
There is a program that is available through yahoo. Unfortunately I don't remember what its name is though. Hold on....let me check a thread I made a long time ago that talked about something like this....................nope unfortunately its not on that one. Remember :google: is your friend.
I've looked on Google, but mostly found shareware, programs that look awful, or some gigantic organizer program that includes not only a calendar but a million other things I don't need. Mozilla Thunderbird is a possibility, but I thought that was an email program.
Any program can be opened at startup, even if there is no specific option. You just need to drop a shortcut to it into the Start>Programs>Startup folder.
Piercing the veil.
9th August 2003
Free, simple, sexy. And you can find skins for it if you want, though the default skin is all I need.