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Free Desktop Calendar 2010

Written by: Oliver Krautscheid - Published: Friday, January 1st, 2010

Looking for a desktop calendar for the year 2010? We have previously reported about some great desktop calendars for Windows 7.
Here are the best free alternatives.

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Rainlendar Desktop Calendar

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Includes Event List & ToDo List

Google Desktop Calendar for Windows 7

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Google Calendar Gadget: Add Event

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Outlook on the Desktop

Another great alternative for everyone who owns a copy of Outlook. If you think all of the desktop calendars are way to small to be effective, use this one and you will have all the space that you will ever need!

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Outlook on the Desktop

Girls Next Door Calendar 2010

Looking for a calendar for your room? Try the Girls Next Door Calendar 2010. Hot.

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Written by: Oliver Krautscheid
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