Alabaster ScreenDate – added 9/25/2008
Alabaster ScreenDate displays the date (in your language & format) on the screen taskbar; with a mini calendar, a Countdown timer, volume control and Easter & Mother’s Day dates.
ReminderCube – added 2/4/2008
ReminderCube is a desktop calendar with many functions. You can set day’s events, tasks with optional alarm and write your notes in the all day panel. There is a RSS reader,a launcher of applications and document and a gmail checker. You can change everything of the application look and feel.
Count Days – added 12/7/2006
When you want to find out how many days there are between two dates, or find out how many working days there are before a specific day, you can use CountDays to get these information to count the days. It provides how many days, working days, weeks, months, and years between two days.
MonoCalendar – added 9/7/2006
MonoCalendar is an application designed for easy management of calendars. The idea is to try to make a program like iCal that works in other platforms besides the Mac.
Desktop Calendar – added 8/31/2006
Desktop Calendar is a 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.
M2 Calendar – added 7/24/2006
M2 Calendar is a simple Pop Up calendar that stays resident on the tool tray. This program allows the user to avoid the system date and time dialog which can inadvertently change the system date and time.
Desktop Calendar Reminder – added 3/17/2006
Desktop Calendar Reminder is simple, compact and easy to use desktop calendar. It has digital clock, calendar and note’s area for every day. There are options for changing calendar colors, fonts, style, and more.
DeskTask – added 3/6/2006
DeskTask connects to Microsoft Outlook and displays your calendar and task items on the desktop. It displays Calendar items in the current week (next 14 days) and the items you may have in your Outlook task list. The window is pinned to your desktop and is transparent, having no impact if you have a wallpaper.
UK’s Kalender – added 2/14/2006
UK’s Kalender is a program intended to remind you of upcoming events and to do’s. There are several views for your dates that are organized similar to a calendar sheet. Dates and appointments can be entered into the calendar via an input form.You can enter a forewarn time, so as long as UK’s Kalender is running in the background you’ll be reminded of your dates as soon as the forewarn time is reached. Independent from the calendar function there is also a todo list where you can enter tasks with a deadline and a forewarn time. If the forewarn time is reached, UK’s Kalender will inform you of the due tasks with symbols and colors.