Create reminder lists with multiple events, assign colors to each event, automatically close the tool after a certain number of seconds, and back up data to a file
|Updated||October 15 2019|
Chris Kruidenier N/A N/A
|Crack Size||692 KB|
Reminder is a lightweight Windows application whose purpose is to help you create a list with important events. The list with reminders is displayed at every startup.
The tool reveals a clean layout that reveals all configured reminders. Past events are shown with blue, present ones with red, while future reminders are highlighted green. The utility shows information about the time, date, as well as event description.
You can configure a brand-new reminder by setting up the recurrence parameters, such as once or every week, month or year. What’s more, you can specify the number of days ahead and date of the first event, assign a custom color to the current event, as well as enter a user-defined text message or paste it from the clipboard.
Reminder gives you the possibility to add multiple reminders in a list, delete or edit them, and print the list so you can have an overview of the upcoming events. Plus, you can create different lists with reminders and back up the information so you can easily import it in case something goes wrong.
The application lets you change the order of the words that are displayed in the main window, pick the date format, and play sound notifications. You may run Reminder at the startup of your computer or when you awake your PC from standby, as well as automatically close the tool after a custom number of seconds (you may pause the process directly from the main window).
Tests have shown that Reminder carries out a task quickly and without errors. It leaves a minimal footprint on your system resources, so the overall performance of the PC is not hampered.
All things considered, Reminder can be used for reminding you of daily events and creating basic notification lists. It is not particularly suitable for business and professional environments because it does not provide collaboration features. However, home users will appreciate its straightforward set of options.
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