Outlook is a fairly decent tool for organising your meetings, tasks and 'to do' items. You can share and invite other users and track your forthcoming events, by arranging reminders that will make sure you do not forget your meeting. However, the primary use of Outlook is to handle your email and we don't always refer to the calendar option. What would be more useful if there was a tool that previewed our 'to do' items on our desktop, so we didn't need to keep referring to Outlook.
DeskTask 1.0 SR1 is a tool that will extract this information from Outlook and will show your tasks and 'to do' items via your desktop. You can lock this in place, so you don't accidentally move it around or make it fairly transparent, so the 'to do' items aren't always in your face when you're trying to work.
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