PC Organizer?

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Hi, i was wondering if there was a program out there that you could use on your PC that has the same functions as a PDA (i.e. calendars, address books, reminders of special events, money manager, etc.). Since i don't have enough money for a PDA, i figure, since i'm on my computer all the time, i might as well invest on something for my computer, and was wondering if there was a single program that takes care of it, or will i need to use separate programs (Quicken for money, Outlook for calendar etc etc)

Any suggestions? Thanks!

-Paulo
 

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well i've got a PDA and there sometimes not that good in comparison to a desktop version of things - like u can see ur appointments etc on a larger screen.

U can use 'Palm Desktop' for free even without a PDA. try it, its got the same features as a PDA, give it a shot.
 

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