Users looking for a way to get daily reminders without using a complicated calendar system may find Reminder Commander to be the answer. This program's limitations could be seen by some as its greatest asset, but may be a drawback to others.
This free 30-day trial is as basic as a reminder system can get. If users are seeking programs to send e-mails every Thursday, open up Web sites at noon, keep a list of contacts, or other complex features, they should look elsewhere. This basic program has a calendar, from which you can select a specific date and time to type in a short reminder message. There are options about how often messages repeat, but not many other frills. A log of message histories may also prove useful.
Reminder Commander functions as promised and will either be the simple solution users have been looking for, or a program that doesn't offer the layers of complexity many seek in calendaring systems. Beauty lies in the eye of the beholder when operating a program as one-dimensional as Reminder Commander.
If you are a very busy person with a full working, family and social life, then you cannot go wrong with Reminder Commander. The program will help you create a system of reminders for important events such as birthdays, anniversaries, appointments, important phone calls and much more. You will no longer feel pressured about remembering everything as the computer will do it for you.