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In need of something to organise my life

Discussion in 'Windows & Other Software' started by Haly, 3 Feb 2006.

  1. Haly

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    As I'm starting to get too many deadlines and places to be at on set dates to keep in my head properly, I figured I could do with a program that'll sort it for me instead :)
    Freeware preferably and also something that I can set alerts for so it'll remind me in advance for certain dates.

    Any ideas for something particularly useful?
     
  2. Oddball

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    Outlook does the job for me if you've got office installed...
     
  3. Yucca

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    Outlook and office?
     
  4. Haly

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    Nah I'd rather something other than Outlook :)
     
  5. Snow-Munki

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    my g/f started to use google toolbar, has like tasks and notes on it.

    oh and cinema times :p
     
  6. MrWhippy

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    get a wife, though it's hardly freeware ;)
     
  7. Haly

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    Eww not going near google toolbar :/
    And I'm female ;)
     
  8. AJUK

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  9. Haly

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    Ahh that looks ideal thanks :D
     
  10. 233

    Capodecina

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    yeah a wife is great for that sort of thing:)

    although parents can be handy too
     
  11. [email protected]

    Wise Guy

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    This may not have all the functionality as Time & Chaos but I find that it does a nice job. Rainlendar
     
  12. SiriusB

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    Buy a diary ya cheapskate :p

    SiriusB
     
  13. Scythe

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  14. Haly

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    I've got one but much handier for me to have one on the PC.

    I'll have a look at Sunbird now :)
     
  15. SiriusB

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    I hate electronic organisers and software... I either always turn them off or just stop bothering to enter new appointments and tasks etc.

    Good ole fashioned diary on the other hand is err.. handy lol. :D

    SiriusB