DTC is a personal information manager (PIM) loaded with features that are accessible from one location on your desktop. With a simple two-keystroke combination (Shift + Enter), DTC pops to the foreground even if covered by other windows, or will sit in the taskbar quietly keeping an eye on things that are important to you. Included features are a daily scheduler, application/file launch pad, task/to-do manager, contact manager with POP & SMTP mail, anniversary manager, password list a full text editor and Web browser.
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