Park City, Utah – July 17, 2007 — Chronos LC today announced the
release of SOHO Organizer 6.3, an update to its personal and business
productivity suite. SOHO Organizer is designed for both individual
and workgroup use and this latest update makes using the product
easier than ever. SOHO Organizer 6.3 is a FREE update for registered
SOHO Organizer 6.x users.


* NEW! Time zone support. Users can now specify a time zone other
than their default system time zone for events and tasks. Plus, the
start and end times for events can use different time zones which
makes scheduling events like international flights that start and end
in different time zones easier.

* NEW! Bulk organization status changes. Users can now change the
organization status of multiple contacts at once.

* NEW! Calendar List View supports event/task dragging. Events and
tasks can now be dragged from the Calendar List View which is useful
for moving them to a different calendar.

* NEW! .Mac publishing. Calendars can now be published to .Mac in
addition to the Internet.


SOHO Organizer 6.3 also includes 10+ other enhancements,
optimizations and bug fixes which are detailed on the Chronos web
site at (


Chronos believes users should have the opportunity to try the
software for free before they purchase. A fully functional 30 day
trial version can be downloaded from Chronos’ web site at
( SOHO Organizer has been attractively
priced at $99.99.

SOHO Organizer is the official successor to Personal & Group
Organizer. SOHO Organizer 6.3 is a FREE update for registered SOHO
Organizer 6.x users. Registered SOHO Organizer 5.x users and Personal
& Group Organizer users can upgrade to SOHO Organizer 6.x for $49.99.

SOHO Organizer 6.3 is available immediately for download as a full
installer. Pricing for volume purchases and upgrades is also
available on the Chronos web site. SOHO Organizer requires Mac OS X
v10.4.9 or later and is a Universal application (runs natively on
both PowerPC and Intel-based Macintosh computers); 130MB of available
disk space.


Chronos has been developing award-winning Macintosh software since
1993 and is based in Park City, Utah, home of the 2002 Winter Games.