FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - April 17, 2003Duality Software releases Calendarscope 1.8 for Windows 9x/ME/NT4/2000/XP
Palm-enabled Calendar Provides Mobile Time Management
Duality Software today announces the release of Calendarscope 1.8, a full-featured Windows 95/98/ME/NT4/2000/XP calendar program. Calendarscope is a professional and easy to use scheduling software that has helped thousands of people to remember to pay the bills on time, never be late for the appointments and most importantly never miss birthdays and anniversaries of friends and relatives.
Calendarscope remembers everything so you don’t have to. The software comes with an easy-to-use interface and many great options. Common sense approach combined with excellent graphics produce user-friendly software that people enjoy working with. Calendarscope allows you to schedule appointments, create chore lists for your kids, keep track of important dates, schedule repeating tasks (such as karate practice), keep n! otes, and do much more. Unlike your paper planer/organizer, Calendarscope allows you to set your own time intervals. And you don’t have to worry about running out of space – write comments as long or short as you deem necessary. Set alarms to remind you about most important tasks of the day.
Calendarscope has a built-in PalmOS handhelds synchronization feature, which means that you will always know your schedule even when you are traveling. Another advantage of Calendarscope is that you can convert your schedule to html format. It means that if you are a dentist or a college professor, you can place your schedule on the Web, so that others can see it. This feature is especially helpful for large corporations with own Intranets – any manager can see what project a certain employee is assigned to or what this employee’s schedule for the coming week or month is. Calendarscope uses color-coding technology, which means that you can mark different events with different colors. For example, you can use one color for work-related appointments and another color for family-related events. Or you can choose certain color to mark your most important things-to-do.
Please visit the program’s homepage at http://www.calendarscope.com/