Want some software to monitoring daily tasks on XP

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Hello Techyv Users and Experts,

I am an owner of a small business. I am experiencing to much problem in monitoring daily tasks of my business because of the burden of the task. I need a professional software for monitoring daily tasks on Windows XP to simplify my Life.

Please advise me the available options.

Thanks in Advance.

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Answered By 30 points N/A #166405

Want some software to monitoring daily tasks on XP

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Hello Nita,

Managing even a small business could be troublesome in someways. I suggest you use Microsoft Access to manage and track your daily task. MS Access is installed together in your Microsoft Office. If you do not have it then here's a link for you to get it. Download it by clicking this:

MS Access is installed together in your Microsoft Office

If you already have MS Office but no MS Access then you need to add and install. Here's how its done:

1. Go to control panel, click uninstall a program.

2. Find the MS Office in the list then right click. You will see two options, Uninstall and Change.

3. Click Change then the MS Office installer menu will pop-out like this:

MS Office installer menu 4. Choose the first option which is the Add and Remove features.

5. There you can find the Microsoft Access, it is mostly first in line.

I hope this helps.

Answered By 20 points N/A #166406

Want some software to monitoring daily tasks on XP

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Hi,

Here is the solution which simplifies you in monitoring daily tasks.

WinOrganizer is a software which provides an easy way to schedule the business events, tasks and also keep records of all contacts. 

This program has a best option where you can take a backup and password protect your business events and tasks.

Here is the link where you can download software.

http://winorganizer.software.informer.com/

Hope this works out for your business.

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