Editors' reviewIt's amazing how few organizers have a good-looking calendar. My Schedule is a welcome exception. Its classy gray-and-white interface displays the current month in the main window frame and a year's worth of monthly calendars in a scroll-down frame on the left. Other than that, it's a slightly weaker-than-average organizer. Users can create one-time events or have them recur daily, weekly, and monthly. There's also a convenient feature for printing calendar sheets with your notes attached. However, you have very little control over event reminders. You can't, for instance, set one reminder to appear two days in advance and another three days in advance. Nor can you categorize events or search them. We missed support for multiple calendars and would have liked some templates with various countries' public holidays. At $19.99, My Schedule is a bit pricey for what it does. If you need anything more than a simple calendar, look for a more full-featured program.
If you're tired of fancy-looking PC calendars overwhelmed with features you don't need, then try My Schedule for free. This all-in-one printable calendar, reminder, planner, and intuitive scheduler will help you plan all of your events on a daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly basis. No more missed dates or appointments, you now can get a reminder each time you have an upcoming event in your schedule. Plus there's a bonus of an entire list of United States holidays. This version's new features include the ability to print your own calendar with your schedule for each month, a faster search with the ability to flip through the year calendar in only a second, and Easter dates now are included.
Version 1.71 includes GUI enhancements.