Rainlendar is a customizable calendar application which stays out of your way, but keeps all your important events and tasks always visible on your desktop. Rainlendar will help you plan your day (week, month, year), let me remind you about important events and meetings.
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Rainlendar creates desktop calendar, which can be controlled directly or using the icon in the system tray. Reminders are divided into two groups: events and tasks. Each reminder can be attributed to one or several categories. In addition, it is possible to install "alarm clock" sound file to be played before the event.
Events and tasks:
Rainlendar supports events and tasks which are stored in separate lists. This will help you to organize your business and allows you to see what awaits us in the future, what you should do.
Receive notifications about important events listed in your calendar. It is also possible to snooze the alarm, if you want to get reminded about it later.
The appearance of the calendar can be changed using skins in the Settings (right click on it and choose Settings), or adjust the colors by clicking the triangle at the bottom of the calendar and select the appropriate for your perception of the 6 proposed.
Rainlendar has been translated into more than 50 different languages, allowing you to use it in your native language. In addition, you can use any language when entering events.
Place it anywhere on the desktop and it will remember your place. All your important events and tasks always visible on your desktop.
Rainlendar is a cross - platform program. Available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
Installation latest version into Linux Mint:
After you set up the program and will find a place on the desktop of the program window can be pinned, so they appear in a certain place when you enter the system:
To run Rainlendar 2 each time a new login (otherwise you will not receive notification about the created tasks and events), you need to prescribe in startup.