|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Windows XP|
|Last updated:||3 Jul. 2012|
|File size:||15.81 MB|
|Publisher:||Binary House Software|
Publisher description for Dark Calendar
Calendars and time management tools are some of the most common programs on the market these days. Their core functionality is fairly similar, the only difference being their design and minor features that make them unique and interesting for the end user. So if you've been shopping around for a calendar that clearly stands out from the crowd and enthusiastically shares your excitement with all things otherworldly, you simply must check out Dark Calendar! Dark Calendar is a calendar application with a gothic twist. If you consider yourself a fan of the Gothic culture or just think the Dark is just as cool as the Light and that it would be fun to start using a program that is so much different from the rest of the software on your PC, it will definitely be the right choice. Dark Calendar uses the same control and interface elements most people are used to seeing in Microsoft Outlook, so the initial familiarization time is kept at a minimum. The calendar is capable of importing tasks from Outlook and exporting them back, as well as saving the schedule in text, HTML, iCal, Excel and PDF formats. With Dark Calendar, you'll be able to summon a general meeting of the underworld in no time - just use the integrated SMS or email notifications to let everyone know about a scheduled event. The calendar supports Day, Week, Month, Quarter, Year, All Days or Work Days views and regional formatting options for more convenience. Schedules can be easily printed for offline viewing and distribution among your fellow fallen angels, undeads, ghouls, witches, skeletons and ghosts who always try to go through every wall without sending an RSVP first. Personal schedules can be protected with a password for extra security. Make sure you don't forget about a single important thing on Halloween eve. With Dark Calendar, your calendar software will finally look the way it should on this great holiday! Try it in action right away and see that evil can be really good!