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Author Topic: ReminderCube desktop calendar, "PIM"  (Read 3803 times)


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ReminderCube desktop calendar, "PIM"
« on: May 25, 2008, 01:27 PM »
I was surprised to learn that ReminderCube not has been mentioned in our forum before, because it seems to me that this is one big moth.. ehh.. ..this a very competent PIM! However, I am not experienced in testing this type of programs, so I was thinking about asking if 'you' have used it and have something to say about it, please?


- notice how extremely new these screenshots are:
the 'ToDo's are to be executed before the end of May 2008!
(Program last updated:05/24/2008 )

I forgot to point out that this is freeware (meaning copyrighted, but gratis).

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.
There is a password manager, a widget where you can save your username and password
in a secure way.All your passwords are locked by one master key.
You can change everything of the application look and feel.
ReminderCube is a personal calendar and reminder application that displays your daily events and reminds you of upcoming tasks. The interface also provides a simple RSS reader to keep track of your favorite web feeds, as well as an application launcher for quick access to frequently used files, folders and programs. You can choose from various interface skins and themes and also include a picture of your choice.

comment deleted - author named to be "Domenico Ferrua".
« Last Edit: May 25, 2008, 01:42 PM by Curt »