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Task List 1.1

Task List helps you manage your everyday tasks, making your life more organized


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  • Last Updated: Oct 15, 2008
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows XP/2000
  • Requirements: .Net Framework 1.1 or higher

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For Task List 1.1Publisher's description


Task List is a Business software developed by Desklabs Software. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Task List:

BrothersoftEditor: Task List provides an easy way for you to manage your list of everyday tasks, making your life easier and more organized. Desktop resident at all times, all your important issues will always be at your fingertips! Designed for easy access and with a minimum number of mouse clicks for all of its options, adding, deleting, setting alarms and changing priorities has never been easier! Add a task by clicking the '+' icon, enter description, choose a priority when needed and click OK. That�?????�????�???�??�?�´s it! To save space, your task description is truncated on the desktop, and to see all of it as a tool tip just MOVE the mouse cursor over each task. Your tasks can also be easily moved and positioned anywhere on your desktop.. High Priority tasks (red button) are automatically sorted to always reside at the top of the list. Any task set to trigger an alarm will do so by vibrating on the desktop, optionally giving off a sound as they do so. There is also a print option, whereby you will get a handy PrintOut Copy of all your tasks. Task List is logical and very intuitive, but help is still just a mouse click away. Just click the '?' icon to access the on PaGE manual!
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