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Alert Calendar - Windows
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No spyware, no adware, no commercials, no limitations, no
nag screens and 100% free!
|Do you ever kick yourself
because you can't remember some important
is often easy to forget important dates such as anniversaries,
deadlines or final exams... Use Alert Calendar to help you remember!
When Alert Calendar is run, a small icon will blink in the system
tray (right on Windows Taskbar) and will remind you of that date. Alert
Calendar is a freeware application (free of charge).
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Calendar for free!
Important: To use Alert Calendar, you'll need to read and accept the
License Agreement. Click
HERE to read.
read the LICENSE AGREEMENT before downloading or using ALERT CALENDAR.
home page (this page): http://www.naotemnome.com/prog/free/alertcalendar/
If you do not agree with the license agreement, YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO
USE ALERT CALENDAR.
Download link: http://www.naotemnome.com/prog/free/alertcalendar/alertcalendar.zip
Calendar takes only seconds to
download and install.
To install it just ‘unzip’ Alert
Calendar (and the help files).
Calendar doesn't require installing
any software or library on your machine.
Alert Calendar does
not modify Windows system files or Windows Registry. The user
doesn't need to install anything else to use Alert Calendar because
Alert Calendar is an ordinary ‘.exe’ file.
Using Alert Calendar - Instructions:
Select a date in the calendar....
add a date, click on the "add date" button
You can add a note to remind you
why that date is
important to you (I always forget my wedding anniversary). You can
choose between two options: every month (remind you of that day every
month... forever!) or on the specified date:
Repeat the steps above to
select and add
another date. If the date is not correct, select it in the list box and
click on “Remove date” or “Remove day”:
Repeat the steps to select
the proper date.
To put it in the system tray,
press the “TrayIconize” button:
blink (in the system tray) whenever that date comes!
To stop blinking, use the right
mouse button and deselect Blink
Click on “Open” or click on the icon in the system
tray to include or delete new dates.
Click on “Exit” if you want to close Alert Calendar.
To make your life easier, you can create a
in the Startup Folder (Windows XP: C:\Documents and
Settings\[username]\Start Menu\Programs\Startup, Windows Vista:
Many people turn on the computer and go
through the mechanical process of loading their oft-used
programs.Windows (XP and Vista) can automate this task: with the
Startup folder (in the Start button’s All Programs menu).
How? Just select the “Run at Startup” check box:
Windows starts, it peeks inside the Startup folder and runs that
program or file.
To automatically delete that shortcut, just deselect the
option “Run at Startup”.
uninstall or delete Alert Calendar, run it once and unselect the option Run at Startup to
delete the Startup shortcut
To uninstall Alert
, just delete the Alert
If you have added shortcut icons manually, or if you deleted Alert
Calendar before removing the Startup Icon
will need manually delete that shortcut.
To delete a shortcut
right-click on the shortcut (shortcut icon in C:\Documents and
Settings\All Users\start menu\Programs\Startup) and then click on
“Delete”. Alternatively, you may drag the shortcut to the Recycle Bin
(when you delete an object’s shortcut, the original object is not
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