A calendar on the desktop is a handy feature. My option to date has been to settle for Webshots,
which is a nifty screensaver rotator utility and all that, but a bit bulky. Even when I turned off its screensaver functionality, its startup utility took up more time than Iím comfortable with.
, the cute windows desktop calendar! Tricky names aside, this is simply a fabulous find. Itís small, cute, has a negligible memory footprint, and looks great with its avant garde font.
Download Rainlendar: http://www.snapfiles.com/download/dlRainlendar.html
Itís a breeze to configure. You can place it anywhere on the desktop screen by simply dragging it and it latches into place. Best of all, you can have your To-Do lists and Events show up on the desktop as well. In a cool, semi-transparent manner (and the colors readjust automatically to make sure the text is visible.)
Screenshot of Rainlendar
Best feature: It integrates right into my Microsoft Outlook through a MAPI
interface ó Calendars&Tasks. It even recognized my Archive.pst and pulled the calendar entries from there! No need to have a separate to-do list.