Microsoft Outlook, part of the Microsoft Office Suite (not to be confused with Microsoft Outlook Express), is a personal information manager that lets you manage your e-mail, calendar, contacts, and tasks.
Rainlendar is a feature rich calendar application that is easy to use and doesn't take much space on your desktop. The application is platform independent so you can run it on all major operating systems: Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
Desktop Calendar is a cool calendar placed on your windows desktop. Record anything by double-click on desktop. It's very convenient and useful. Desktop Calendar will help you manage appointments, to-do lists, schedules, and more...
Have you ever wondered why it's such a pain in the butt to use calendaring programs on your computer? It's simple: they don't mimic their real life counterparts very well. People who use calendars to organize their daily lives have them visible in plain sight nearly...
Holiline Reminder is both an event reminder and a calendar. Holiline’s aim is to ensure that you do not forget about a friend’s birthday, an important holiday, or another significant event. By default, it takes over the taskbar to remind you about important events that are...Discontinued
Seems no longer actively updated, the latest version 3.3.0 was released on 6/25/2015.
Desktop iCalendar is a handy desktop calendar for Windows. It stays on your desktop and shows the days of the current month. It can sync with your Google Calendar, share calendars with your family and friends. It also uses high-quality fonts, looks pretty, and has lots of skins.
Dont stress anymore about remembering appointments and keeping track of your busy schedule, let Handy Calendar do it for you. Handy Calendar allows you to view your events by month, week, day, or task. Other features include task priority and an easy to use interface.
RemindMe is a windows desktop application that will notify you of events that you created using this application. RemindMe will create a popup on the middle of the monitor you have your mouse cursor on(if you have multiple monitors).