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Daily To-Do list 2.35 Giveaway

Giveaway of the day — Daily To-Do list 2.35

Daily To-Do list is a to-do list software with reminder and to-do lists organized day by day.
$24.95 EXPIRED
User rating: 182 (21%) 687 (79%) 68 comments

Daily To-Do list 2.35 was available as a giveaway on February 13, 2012!

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Daily To-Do list is a to-do list software with reminder and to-do lists organized day by day. To-do lists can be printed and exported to HTML. Each task has easy to edit rich text format notes. Everything is saved automatically.

Key features

  • Day-by-day organized to-do lists
  • Rich text notes for each task
  • Inbuilt reminder which can be activated for any task
  • Custom color your tasks by their category
  • Print and export your tasks
  • All to-do tasks can have customized priority level, category and reminder
  • Minimize to notification area, global activation hotkey
  • Drag and drop tasks around to change their order
  • Automaticaly transfer undone tasks to next day
  • ... and more!

System Requirements:

Windows XP, Vista, 7 (x32/x64)





File Size:

3.20 MB



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Once again I am disappointed by the flippant (!is that a word?) reviews.
I've been computing 30 years and my main interest is PIM's -- "Personal information managers" and more broadly info management on all levels.
I have spent thousands of hours learning and setting up databases and evaluating software .. always looking for the better "mouse trap". Well let me tell you this is pretty darn good. I almost didn't take based on the crappy reviews. I sure am glad I gave it a go! Great software and apologies for many negative reviews .. constructive excepted. To all the great programmers and developers ... you sure have my respect! I wish that mentality were more prevalent at this great site! Thanks to the great people behind this site oh so much!

Reply   |   Comment by Harold Carlson  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

#6 & #20 You have to use Giveawayoftheday
for the registered name not yours.

Reply   |   Comment by David  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

#33 Francesco and #59 Bart exit the program by clicking the close button “x” on the window frame AND THEN ALSO right-click on the program icon IN THE STSREM TRAY and select "Exit" After you re-launch the program it may say it's registered.

Reply   |   Comment by Bo Cephas  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

#33 Francesco and #59 Bart exit the program by clicking the close button "x" on the window frame AND THEN ALSO

Reply   |   Comment by Bo Cephas  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

I am having trouble registering the program. I read the readme file and followed the instructions. I ran Setup.exe and then Activate.exe. Activate.exe claims the program was successfully activated, but when I run the program, Help|About indicates that the software is unregistered.

Reply   |   Comment by Bo Cephas  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Thank you for all you do for everyone, for the daily gifts!
And: You, the ones who doesn't like the site and the people behind it and all that's offered you for free, just ignore it exists and hit your ways!

Reply   |   Comment by R  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

This software has its place.

Users vary in their individual requirements.For example, I find the features of this software practical and useful.
We react differently to the user interface of a software. I like the ease of use of this.

Simple is not lousy.

The ultimate aim of such software is that the user gets things done as per their plan and timetable.

But seriously how many of us do?
Even with the most expensive, most sophisticated PIM or Project Management software (which by the way are to totally different categories) we do not get things done.

Reply   |   Comment by ric  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)

Fails to load due the program requiring "smartsound quicktracks plugin.msi" that is required during the setup program.

What a pitty.

Reply   |   Comment by Robert  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

when are people going to stop complaining about the price of something they are getting for free? it's free in only the sense of immediate monetary expenditure.
I had used paper notes years ago, but too often they went into the clothes washer :(
Paper notes are good for short term intensive projects.
And a calendar in your portable portage (backpack, etc) is slightly better than hung on a wall near your doorway.

A to do list, that is what wives are for!
That's a Honey-Do list ;)

Reply   |   Comment by 123  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

#33 I have the same issue. The title at the top shows "Daily To-Do List Unregistered" and if I go to About it says "Registered to: Unregistered"
SO the question remains is the dang thing registered or not?

Reply   |   Comment by Bart  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

I love this program. The main reason is the print out. Most of the todo programs have really bad print outs. This wonderful program prints my tasks by catgegory of my choice (books, audio, movies, radio, TV shows, library, cooking, sewing, calls out, letters out, shopping, garden, household, rebates, bills, research, find, look, ideas, crafts, appointments, repairs, etc.) neatly in portrait or landscape. When I change it to landscape it immediately stretches across the entire page so I have an entire line for handwritten notes. I can highlight each category on the printout in different colors by hand so I can easily see them. The printout allows me to carry my tasks all over the house inside and outside, upstairs and downstairs and in the garage to check off and make notes on what I have completed. I can then add any new tasks or ideas to the bottom or back of this sheet to add to the program later. This means I don't have to keep going back and forth to my computer or drag around my laptop to find out what I have to do. Afterwards I can just delete the completed entries on my computer or add my new entries and start over.

I love the ability to add custom colors and fonts. The notes are very useful for additional information. I indent them 5 spaces so it looks neater on the printout.

As you can see by all I do sticky notes would be a total mess on my desktop. I have too much written information to use a calendar. Attempting to keep written lists is a joke. And Wikis are cool to keep permanent information.

Now I don't have to be afraid I will forget something I have to do. I wish I had this program last month because I missed a rebate for an item I bought online.

Thanks so much Dextronet and GAOTD.

Reply   |   Comment by Ginny  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

I just installed the program on my XP system with no problems. After trying the program out I find that I like it. I think its simplicity is a plus!

Reply   |   Comment by McSpocky  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

1. OneNote. I started using OneNote and haven't looked back!
2. Go Grannies! I've got 4 grandchildren and started computing when it
it was nothing more than a Dos prompt!

Reply   |   Comment by Kathy Priebe  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)

Try Desktop iCalendar. Nothing much simpler than this for equally simple every day chores with calendar. Been using it successfully for over a year.

Reply   |   Comment by Maxaira  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

For those who have MS Office, I like the free Note&Do add-on. Handy drag-and-drop with all the apps. Better than Outlook's tasks. Great copy & paste with email. http://www.ablebits.com/office-notes-todo-addin/index.php

Reply   |   Comment by Karl Gephart  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

Their website describes this software as 'Simple and efficient' and 'Simple daily task list organizer' That is what I like about this program so far, "simple and efficient" it is not too complicated yet has the basic functions that I and perhaps most people need.

I used it within the first half hour of installion to remind me to make an important phone call before that office closed for lunch. The pop up reminder with sound was very pleasant and very effective. I like it!

The Help Menu is well organized and easy/quick to read- I highly recommend reading it to quickly understand what functions and options are in the program.

I spend at least 12 hours per day (and night) sitting at my computer and I really need a simple to use and very effective program like this. I've searched through many freeware programs over the years (very time consuming) and presently have been trying a few of the highly rated sticky note type softwares but they have been either too complicated thus inefficient, or unreliable if I make a mistake in settings for a particular entry. Those take too much time to mess with

It looks like this GAOTD will be just what I need.

Suggestion for developers: 1) The 'New Task' window (which is the same as the 'Edit Task' window) should include a checkbox to make the task recurrant. Presently this feature is only found in the main options menu.

Thank you very much to all who made this software available today!

Reply   |   Comment by vp  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

I Have not tried the program. I trust the overall opinion of this forum. I wish I knew what it is today? One of the reasons I come here is because I do not need to evaluate a install/uninstall every piece of software. I can evaluate based on the evaluation of knowledgable peers. I don't like unnecessary complexities, I do like the option to customize software more and more as I learn it's capabilities. After all, we are all inexperienced novices at any software until we learn to fully utilize it's full capabilities. That is where having a user friendly and "intuitive" interface really helps. A software should not be too limited in it's abilities, yet it should be compiled with other features that compliment it's core concept and general functionality. This one sounds like it has a nice GUI, but is it expandable enough to be worth the install much less the usual cost in a category where there are many free alternatives? Is there anyone out there that knows this software well enough to speak for it's customizability and expandability.

Reply   |   Comment by Victory4all  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

I've been a tech for thirty years. I read [reed] all accompanying files ... nfo, text, installation instructions ... before I install any software. I thought to give this small, and possibly useful, program a try. After the installation, it or a script included in the installer attempted to install the Microsoft Expression Web. Repeatedly ...

I don't like software attempting to install itself on my machines without my prior knowledge... and permission.
This program lasted a total of twenty minutes on my machine, and the publishers have not only lost a potential customer for other software, but an active critic of their practices. In my opinion, it is no better than a trojan.
I've messaged the publisher about this, and would be very interested to hear them explain this subterfuge.

Reply   |   Comment by Richard  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

@ (#34) internetexplorer (who wants to be identified with M$? ;-): tks for your friendly comment on us Grams... Only, apparently you have a grudge towards the TRS-80 of old! It worked for me, especially with the powerful OS's that didn't stem from Radio Shack, lots of good dedicated software (I had a Word Processor which was able to render italics, bolds a.s.o. on the uterly non-graphical RS screen) and, as in my case, fitted with the ubiquitous doubler (not recognized by RS) and a double Shugart drive featuring as much as 720 KB! When the so called "PC" (IBM) reached our shores it came with mere 360KB drives and we had to wait for the AT's to get more floppy disk space!

About Rainlendar2. It is not that I want to recommend it in particular. I just use it and it does the job. Remember, the best software is the one you know... best! But, anyway it does have some particularities that makes it shine :
it installs on a USB memory stick (portable installation; copy the installed program and modify just one small ini file)
the same fee software also runs on Mac OS X and Linux if you need so
you can Sync Rainlendar, Google & Android Phone

Reply   |   Comment by Francis Vandenolas  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Granny II here. ;) @Giovanni, you missed my favorite FREEBIE, without which I couldn't function. ToDoList by AbstractSpoon http://www.abstractspoon.com/ Before you go to the site, you need to know that the download and install is a bit funky, but the application itself is terrific. You have to click on "ToDoList 6.2 Feature Release" on the right, under "Software Downloads." When you download and unzip it you will have to look through the files to find the ToDoList.exe file to click and install (just ignore all the dll, etc files).

AbstractSpoon's ToDoList is a wonderful app. It has tasks and levels of sub-tasks, all of which can be assigned to coworkers, with deadlines, % of completion and reminders, a task timer and a place for notes on each task. You can even use it to create mind maps. I've been using it daily for over a year and I'm still finding functions I've missed, but conversely the basic functions and interface are quite simple and intuitive.

I have a tab for bills, one for errands, etc and one for my cases (I'm a private investigator). I have a task for each client with sub-tasks for each case and levels of additional sub-tasks for specific activities on each case. The timer allows me to bill accurately, with notes to describe all that was done. I often work with others, and can assign and track what they're doing. I would love to have this on the cloud, but alas not yet. We can even create mind maps to help the client understand complex relationships, for instance in our fraud cases.

Thanks GAOTD, today's offer is nice, but doesn't hold a candle to AbstractSpoon's ToDoList.

Reply   |   Comment by Vicki Siedow  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)

I will definitely give this a try. As a person with autism I often spend too much time with my online obsessions which means some other tasks are not done in a timely manner. I have tried many things, but perhaps this program that gives on screen notifications can actually help me to remember to do the necessary tasks before the nice things.
This is probably something the people who think this program is useless never thought about!

Reply   |   Comment by Belfastchild  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

#33 - I had the same problem due to the program running in the task bar. Make sure you've closed the program completely and run activate again.

Reply   |   Comment by Rob  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Interesting.... I really needed this program or something like it.

Reply   |   Comment by Madalin Blidaru  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

Thank you to Dextronet for the free-bee. Personally I like it and if the price is too high just don't buy it. The software installs easily and works well with XP pro x64.

Reply   |   Comment by Dave  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

I use an old fashioned calendar to keep track of appointments etc. They don't cost a cent & have never failed me. Worked for people for generations & they're good enough for me too. No electricity required either. :-)

Reply   |   Comment by geezer  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)

I use FireFox and it has a little addon called ReminderFox. It is simple, does what this does, and is free. Enough said.

Reply   |   Comment by watcher  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

I was really looking forward to use this software as I needed it very much. I downloaded the program, installed and activate it correctly. Unfortunately, it didn't even launch. I tried launching it a few times but there was nothing. Not even the process was running in Task Manager. It's a big disappointment for me.

Reply   |   Comment by Priya  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

Does this run in a browser? Is there Android or even iPhone app?

Reply   |   Comment by Nick  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)

I must agree with Giovanni #20 and his excellent recommendations. Please also include the always free Hott Notes http://hottnotes.com to the list as useful for todo lists and reminders.
And just use MS Word or almost anything else to create to do lists if you want to print them and use fancy colored fonts and every other editing trick possible under Word - go here "Make a checklist in Word" at
Finally, on this offering, I have used it and it does work just fine. It is simple and straightforward, and a great free offer to use as advertising for their excellent Swift To Do software, which I also use and find to be the best and easiest to use overall.
But for free, check out http://www.nostopit.com/en/Products/nostopitTASK/tabid/184/Default.aspx ...you will probably like it.

Reply   |   Comment by Classic Car Nut  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+12)

I just use sticky notes for my daily reminders in win 7. I can always add more if I need more room. For me, it's enough. Price seens pretty high for a software like this. Thanks anyway.

Reply   |   Comment by Eddie V  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

The best task manager for me has been the free and versatile Hott Notes:

With this I can make sticky notes with check boxes, and assign due dates and alerts. Other sticky note options are available too. I like it better than the notes in Windows and the ones in Outlook.

I also have the free version of Essential PIM which has great ToDo functionality.

Today's software has a lot of competition for free.

Reply   |   Comment by David  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)

As a 96 year old grandmother of three, (they helped me write this everyone), this little program will come in quite handy for me to keep track of all the birthday boys and girls in my family!

Reply   |   Comment by Edith Newman  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+25)

Looks like a tidy and smart app, can't wait to try it. Thanks!

Reply   |   Comment by Stortch  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-9)

@29 Hey Granny, Thx for your reply and believe me I didn't intend to be critical of ppl who would benefit from an appy like this, not that you seem to have taken that way.

Also please note what @30 wrote and I partially quote:

"As for Grannys and Grandpas vs Young’uns, there’s a lot to be said for experience and maturity. Those who began PC computing in the 80′s have pretty much seen it all."

So if your a Granny you have a lot to offer!!!!

All the best! :-)

Reply   |   Comment by Peter Bruce  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)

#14 - Don't want an online calendar; prefer to keep my info secure locally rather than possibly exposed on the "cloud." I guess if you travel a lot, it would be nice to have it available anywhere, though.

#19 - I, too, remember Trash-80 plus C-64 as well as data and program cassettes, floppy disks, dot-matrix printers, etc. Getting older myself, so I also understand your reference to firmware.

(new) Of course, no one's mentioned Outlook Express (discontinued), but more interestingly, no comparison to free Mozilla Thunderbird, Sunbird and/or Lightning. I haven't installed or used any of them myself, but supposedly they are every bit as good as Outlook, which is paid. Anybody have recent experience with them?

(new) - In the meantime, I've actually been using an old copy of PalmOne's PIM for Zire, version 72, which incredibly enough installs and works well on 64-bit Win7. I may be willing to upgrade if I can find one that works better. I am thinking about trying Rainlendar due to several good comments about it here today.

Reply   |   Comment by internetexplorer  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)

After I installed and run the Activate.exe it still says unregistered??? Anyone?

Reply   |   Comment by Francesco  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

When I activated the program, "paintslate" loader attempted to install, I had to kill it a few times before it quit and the actual activate program ran - anybody know why? I remember this happened ages ago on a similar GOTD installation. I have paintslate by bendigo design installed, but cant see the connection to running activate.exe for this installation??

Reply   |   Comment by ray hines  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

#25, yes but don't tell them that!!! ;-) I mean, when they say to do something and you do it straight away, they then ask why didn't you do this last week? ;-). I think we would do with a forecaster...na..that wouldn't help either really ;-)

Cheers and happy app-ing %-)

Reply   |   Comment by Peter Bruce  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

Just for the record, there is a world of difference between Calendar programs, PIM's, Note-Takers(logs or stickies), Alarm(Reminders), and a ToDo list. Some are combined, some not. Some are quite complex, some very basic, but not necessarily the least in individual value. Much of it depends on the habits of the user.

But they shouldn't all be considered the same manner of Time or Date management. Each has its own unique application, and even similar tasks are often handled very differently, depending on the orientation and background of the developer.

There's still a lot to be said for the ".LOG" feature of Notepad and various similar programs for Time/Date control of logs.

So its really a matter of finding one, or a combination of them, that works, (and thinks), much the way you do. Usually that's the hardest part.

As for Grannys and Grandpas vs Young'uns, there's a lot to be said for experience and maturity. Those who began PC computing in the 80's have pretty much seen it all.

Reply   |   Comment by Cosmo  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+21)

@ Peter (#21): please do read my comment (#19). And, believe me, I'm doing everything I can to train that damn brain. To no avail: it gets worse and worse, as it keeps aging, ye know! And I did "seek help". Equally to no avail... There is no cure yet (over here in Belgium anyway)!

@ 24 Hey Granny, dear Rainlandar fellow, in a way, my problem was worse, since not a single piece of data was gone. It happened once and could happen again: you and I do know this is part of "The Mysteries of Micro-Computing" ;-). By the way, I have a batch file procedure that runs daily as a shutdown (an Icon on my taskbar which replaces the silly Vista one) and does a backup of this Rainlendar backup on a stick (and many others, plus an incremental backup of my new files). Maybe it helps to be a Gran and still be able to use good old batch stuff (do call them .cmd now: sounds more up to date, isn't it? ;-)

Reply   |   Comment by Francis Vandenolas  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9)

For my to-do lists, I enjoy the Ruby-on-Rails HTML sort of editing (that allows drag and drop of items from one list to another as well as instant crossing off of items) I can do using a free registration at www.backpackit.com. (Some people might also like the online RemembertheMilk.com, but I stick with BackPack).

(To sign up for the FREE version, go to http://backpackit.com/signup, and click on the blue "Free plan" link immediately below the green "Sign Up" button for the Max ($149/month) plan.)

But for those who enjoy the life-hacked theory of the best-selling book, Getting Things Done, a free, open-source software that relies on that process is Thinking Rock -- http://www.trgtd.com.au/

It has a slight learning curve to it, and it definitely helps having read the (short) book, but it's fabulous and the only free software I know with which one can directly apply the GTD system.

Reply   |   Comment by James  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)

@3. Alternatives? Sure...the best being pencil & paper (portable, too)...or Wordpad...or Notepad...or sticky notes. Or any word processing program. If you need a "reminder", try Miniminder at

I've used this for years, since Windows 95, to remind me of Dr.'s appointments, etc. (as well as the paper & pencil reminders). It pops up when I boot up my computer and lets me know if I have any appointments in the next 3 days (I determine how much advance notice).

Reply   |   Comment by mizdoc  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)

dont need this I use the great paid version of essential pim, which the free version is better than this program 5 thumbs down worth 4.99 at best

Reply   |   Comment by brent  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

A to do list, that is what wives are for!

Reply   |   Comment by lyn  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Granny here. Tried today's offer. I will stay with what I have used for years now and am comfortable with. My transparent Rainlendar for remembering events to happen and those that had occurred in the past. As stated by another it has only failed me once. Luckily the program has automatic backups. Hit the backup file and back in business. Thanks anyways GOTD.

Reply   |   Comment by Cougar  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10)

It's a decent program, and have used it in the past. . . yet so many better free programs.
Now here is one that is a full free PIM that many might never find.


You be thrilled if your looking for a PIM.

Reply   |   Comment by Heidi-Ann  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+12)

#4, while there ARE others of this type around, there aren't a lot because a todo list is so trivial that it gets included in LOTS of different types of categories. Personally, I used to use a spreadsheet for such things until I found UV Outliner (it's free). Remember Symantec's GrandView? It's a modern version of that

Recently, I stumbled upon Zim Wiki
which is a VERY cool open source (free) notetaking wiki program. You can create a todo list easily & quickly in any note, set a completion time and priority and have the program track it. Along with its wiki features, it's all I need for such things and it has replaced LOTS of different notetaking apps.

The other alternative is something called Stick

It puts various tabs on your screen (notepads, calendars, etc.) and makes them instantly available. Very cool free application that still works well with Win7 even though it's not being developed any longer

Reply   |   Comment by Swim  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+16)

Oops, posted the following in the wrong pane (maybe I should consider my own statement/advice before posting again!!!!

I would like to... suggest an idea
Encourage to use the best tool available for these kind of task....It called.... the human MIND....apps of this type if you have multiple appointents stretching over weeks/months etc. but people really need an appy to schedule when to book a squash/tennis court, remember to pick up that racket you dropped off to get restrung etc. ? I mean really, do you need to schedule everything, like when it is the right time to be hungry? If you need this kind of appy for standard events in your life, go for it, but really isn't time to exercise your brain (just a little) , otherwise please seek help :-)

Reply   |   Comment by Peter Bruce  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-16)

Someone above asked why today's giveaway got so many THUMBS DOWN so far...

This is why....LOL!

* Stickies


Full review here:

Portable Version:

* Note Mania


Full review here:

And here you can download the FREE & PORTABLE version of great to-do list software like "Efficient PIM Free PORTABLE", "Portable Efficient Sticky Notes 3.0 Build 319", "Portable Efficient Man's Organizer Free 3.0 Build 318" etc...

You can take your pick....LOL!






Finally more Professional people, may use the following FREE (Italian) GEM to organize their daily tasks in a very easy and more effective way:


Do you understand now why this GAOTD got so many THUMBS DOWN???



Reply   |   Comment by Giovanni (King of Freebies)  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+64)

@ Linz (#6) : Hey Granny, I'm just another Gramp (turned 72 a few days ago ;-) who started computing in the early eighties (good ol' TRS80!). But I Have a need for such a program because I suffered a severe burn-out at 64 (a year before retiring) just because I was reassigned to an unfitting job a year before ;-((.

My memory is just like a hard disk: the data is (probably) all recorded there, but I just almost am never able to access it! The firmware isn't working any more...

So, yes Heinz (#8) Rainlendar is definitely my trusted friend (only recently let me down once over the years for... an important birthday - and yes, the person in question is still in the system; so what?)

@Jeff (#10): believe me I did try that, but it absolutely doesn't work for me. I have to remember checking the paper which I can't (when it didn't get buried under other notes...)

@2 Big Daddy & Ethel#13): didn't know Notepad, Wordpad, HTML and tutti quanti did have a remind function (sound signal and pop-up that stays on screen if you don't deliberately close it!). And, Ethel, I'm definitely "relying on technology to do something" I absolutely cannot be " doing myself"...

I can only guess that 209 (!) thumbs down just stem from people whose memory is first rate... Otherwise?!!! The few real comments on the software itself (I thought that was the idea) seem positive, isn't it?

And last but not least, when are people going to stop complaining about the price of something they are getting for free?

So, even if I'll stick to Rainlendar (just because I'm well accustomed to it), it's all thumbs up for GOTD and Dextronet!

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