Bob's Web Calendar Program
Bob's Web Calendar Program is designed to generate static web pages that look like monthly calendars.
KoolCal is a small portable calendar in the style of a mini-calendar. The individual days can be clicked on and notes may be deposited. Days that accommodate a note are shown in a different color.
With the right mouse button you get into the context menu, where you change the image or set the tool 'Always on top'.
Make a list of all the tasks you have to do. You can use it as an agenda or as a plain simple calendar.
Xcalday allows to write a note for every day. Just click on any day, and enter a note. Days with notes appear bold in the calendar.
DateDiff is a calendar program that allows you to select two different dates, then calculates the number of days, hours, minutes and seconds between them. It can also determines what the date is X number of days before or after a given date.
TimeSentry is a small, multi-purpose calendar and time application designed to make finding out date and time information easy and fast. It features a
customizable calendar, a date/time calculator to calculate the difference between two dates and times to the millisecond, and also an atomic time
synchronizer. TimeSentry can also access local setting info, daylight saving time info, GMT bias, system uptime, and simple time zone info.
TimeSentry has a personal alarm sound played through the PC speaker, regardless whether or not the speakers are on or not. TimeSentry is completely USB compatible!
Remind Me Please
Remind-Me-Please is a freeware reminder program which will give you advance warning of upcoming events, appointments, TV programs, movies, birthdays and so on.
Enter one-off or repeating events: daily, weekly, monthly, yearly and specials like 'Every two weeks from 1/1/2005' or 'Third Sunday of each month'.
I use this program to remind me about bills. I've got it set up so my phone bill repeats every 2 months and gives me 7 days of warnings before it falls due.
Same with utility bills, car registration, insurance, etc, etc. Once it's set up properly it'll give you a splash screen listing all upcoming events whenever you
reboot your computer, followed by a splash screen for items due NOW. As an added bonus, this program will also run in a networked environment. You can
allocate a username to each machine and point each one to a central shared database. Anyone can then enter 'SHARED' events (e.g. Family outings, company
meetings) which will show up on everyone else's screen. Private reminders will only show on the PC which they were entered on. I know you can do some of this stuff on Outlook, but my program isn't a resource hog.
DateInTray is a small freeware utility that displays the date in the Windows tray. The day of the month is displayed in the DateInTray icon, and the entire date can be seen in a tooltip popup by holding the mouse cursor over the icon. A useful popup calendar can be brought up by clicking on the DateInTray icon. This easily accessable calendar popup is very useful when you need to quickly reference a calendar. The calendar popup automatically shows the current date, and include arrow buttons to easily view next and previous months. DateInTray can be easily added to the Startup folder in the programs menu so that it automatically starts every time you log in.
A small calendar and event reminder that unobtrusively sits on your desktop and is ready to use any time. No taskbar button, no system tray icon, the calendar is transparent so it's not an eyesore and consumes very little memory (less than 600KB idle). Enter as many daily or regular events as you like. Float your mouse over a day to see all events for the day. Shows a short list of upcoming events below the calendar. Fonts, colours and tooltips are customisable so it blends in with your desktop colour and font schemes. Events may be colour coded for quick identification. First day of the week is customisable. Scales as small or as big you want.