The Handy Dandy Planner is a plain-vanilla task manager that can
accommodate multiple task lists, so you can assign one to each
member of the family. One $20 user license allows three
activations, which means you can use a USB flash drive to sync your
schedule between three computers, such as a home desktop, a laptop,
and the PC at work. This planner also allows you to
password-protect individual tasks, instead of your entire schedule,
though you can password-protect that as well.
During installation, Handy Dandy Planner warns that it will
install Microsoft's .Net Framework 1.1 (if you don't have it
already) and Microsoft Data Access Components (if you do not have
version 2.6 or higher). Files are saved in .mdb format, the
database format used by Microsoft Access, so you won't be able to
import or export data with other applications.
--Leigh Anne Jones