DeskLook is a Business::PIMS & Calendars software developed by XemiComputers Ltd.. After our trial and test, the software was found to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for DeskLook: DeskLook for Outlook reads tasks and appointments directly from your Outlook and shows them conveniently on the interactive desktop together with a calendar for three months. It can also count unread email messages in selected folders and show that information on the desktop, too. Everything you see is interactive so you can simply double click an appointment directly on the desktop to get it opened in Outlook, or double click the contacts link to bring up Outlook Contacts, etc. When it comes to desktop appearance you can choose between the customizable side bar and the fixed central view on your data. Both views are carefully designed and available in three different styles with changeable transparency. DeskLook for Outlook is able to start Outlook by itself so you can use its launch on startup option to have both programs automatically started each time you switch on your computer. Finally, you can set the program's taskbar icon to pop-up the central data view on a double click. Native 64-bit version is available. you can download DeskLook 3.5 free now.
Version 3.5 adds support for Vista and Outlook 2007. Native 64-bit version is now also available.
|Platforms:||WinXP,Windows Vista Starter,Windows Vista Home Basic,Windows Vista Home Premium,Windows Vista Business,Windows Vista Enterprise,Windows Vista Ultimate,Windows Vista Home Basic x64,Windows Vista Home Premium x64,Windows Vista Business x64,Windows Vist|
|Publisher:||About XemiComputers Ltd. | XemiComputers Ltd. titles | Visit XemiComputers Ltd. | Country: Cyprus|
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|Last updated:||More than a year ago ()|
|Requirements:||Microsoft Outlook XP/2003/2007|
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