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I guess it all depends on your needs. I have tried it, and I think that it is a very good calendar program.


However, Rainlendar suits my needs better. If you haven't seen it, you can take a look at it here:




Rainlendar sits on your desk top and provides an area for Events and To Do's, and a number of other features. There is a free version of this program that you can download. There is also a "Pro" version that costs around $20, I think.


Rainlendar is a neat little calendar program, but as I said above, it all depends on your calendar needs.



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