Is there any calendar/scheduling software for OS X and
Windows that can sync info with Google Calendar? [more inside]
posted by zardoz
on Jan 6, 2013 -
How do I sync the calendar and contacts between one computer running outlook 2007 and another running windows live mail? [more inside]
posted by nickhb
on May 13, 2010 -
Windows clock/calendar annoyance: why does the date appear only sometimes
when the mouse pointer hovers over the taskbar clock? [more inside]
posted by fish tick
on Sep 17, 2009 -
I would like to overlay my Google Calendar on my desktop wallpaper in Vista. I'd like it to be translucent so that I can still see my wallpaper, but visible enough that it is easy to read. Is there a (preferably free) program that will let me do this? [more inside]
posted by Aanidaani
on Oct 20, 2008 -
Both my wife and I use separate Microsoft Outlook installations to manage our calendars and to sync our calendars with our cell phones and pdas. Now, we need a way for an assistant to manage our calendars from another computer. [more inside]
posted by richardhay
on Dec 6, 2005 -
CalendarProgramFilter: I need a calendar program for PC in which one can enter a bunch of calendars (say 50, for 50 people), and easily view various combinations of calendars, to see how various people's schedules interfere. (This could be done in iCal, though something that could show all of the overlaps more clearly would be better) [more inside]
posted by anonymoose
on Oct 20, 2005 -
imacs and palm pilots and windows systems - do they play nicely together?
i'm trying to help a friend figure out if his soon-to-arrive imac (his first mac since 85) will be able to sync with the calendar and contact software on a palm pilot. he currrently uses ACT at work (WIN), but is willing to change that to a different calendar/contact solution that will allow him to sync the palm pilot at home too, (and add info at home). any advice on simple solutions or best practices?
posted by chr1sb0y
on Dec 10, 2004 -
I'd like a good calendar app that does things like color-code events, remind me of dates (when I log on or start up, even if the calendar isn't running), and come with stuff like major holidays pre-coded. That's why I'm not happy with the WOrks Calendar.
Oh, and I'd like it to be free, and Windows XP comaptible. I've done the searching, and am so far empty-handed. Do you folks use anything you'd recommend?
posted by tr33hggr
on Jan 4, 2004 -