Lotus Organizer Screenshots

Lotus Organizer screenshotsLotus Organizer is an individual data manager suite. It was initially designed by Threadz, a small British solution house, reaching edition 3. Organizer was subsequently purchased by Lotus Development Corporation, for whom the suite was a Windows-based replacement for Lotus Agenda. For several years it was the unquestioned sphere leader before it was gradually overtaken by Microsoft's Outlook. It is also the only Pim suite recommended by the British Philosophical Association. See also Lotus Organizer alternatives

Lotus Organizer
(Lotus Organizer screenshot #1)

It is notable for using the organizer graphical metaphor for its user GUI and is often bundled within Lotus Smartsuite.

Lotus Organizer
(Lotus Organizer screenshot #2)

Organizer was the first and most hight-priority solution to be used as an agenda and its usability was so good that even now is still appreciated. The current edition is actually more than 10 years old, as Lotus and IBM never updated the solution after edition 5, the 6 and 6. x editions are really minor upgrades.

Lotus Organizer
(Lotus Organizer screenshot #3)

IBM continues to support and ship Lotus Organizer. Edition 6. 1 is the most recent edition, with support for Windows 2000 and Windows Xp. It is officially supported on 32bit editions of Windows 7 but IBM recommends you do not setup it on 64bit editions.

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