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The great dilemma.
Over many years, starting with DOS, I have seen operating systems come and go. When they do, forums like this always throw up the views of lovers and haters. Unbalanced views are the main reason I stay away from social media in general, because I try to look past my own narrow view of what is best. The world turns, not about me, but about every user and their diverse needs. In my world, computers do something useful like engineering calculation or photo manipulation. Things I couldn't do realistically or creatively without one. In the days of DOS, a computer did amazing things for me. I wrote software that designed and plotted timber frame homes. Something way ahead of what most companies at the time had to work with. Windows arrived on the scene and was more trouble than it was worth, to me, being hampered by a graphical interface that served no practical purpose. The mouse was the most useful advance of the time, back then. We all hate change when we have to face learning a different way of doing something that we did perfectly well before. As I saw it, newer versions of windows added many different ways of doing the same thing. Another unnecessary distraction because those changes bloated the interface making it harder to work quickly. I could still revert to DOS, (no I couldn't, actually) or an earlier OS like my favourite Win 7. Why don't I, probably for the same reason as those who have progressed to Win 10, latest update version. We hope we will discover something new and exciting in it. Sadly, we don't make that discovery, but we do still upgrade and chase that foolish illusion. I can't help myself and I doubt anyone else can, either. What I also see in these advancements is the challenge Microsoft (and Apple) have. How to invent a new wheel, one that looks better than the old round one and does all the things their own advertising agents think customers desperately want. The customer, like me, seems to be the problem. Stop using what we don't need.
Reminders will take care of all those events and deadlines that you need to remember in a daily basis, and alert you right on time. Unlimited reminders You can create unlimited reminders, perfect for timing your soft-boiled eggs, coffee brewing or tea steeping and check back anytime to see all reminders due, stacked in a beautiful, crisp and ...
Automatically dismiss reminders for past events. If you don't want to see reminders for events in the past, you can tell Outlook to automatically dismiss reminders for past events. For example, if you're out of the office for three days, you might not want to come back and see reminders for the meetings that took place while you were gone.
Edit reminders: You can edit your reminders in the Microsoft To Do app on your phone or PC.. Cancel a reminder: To cancel a reminder you’ve already created, go to the Microsoft To Do app on your phone or PC.You can delete it from there. To cancel a reminder while you’re creating it, just say “Cancel” at any time.
Download this app from Microsoft Store for Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows 10 Team (Surface Hub). See screenshots, read the latest customer reviews, and compare ratings for Microsoft To Do: Lists, Tasks & Reminders.
Get toast notifications for reminders, see your next reminders on the live tile, sync your reminders across your Windows 8.1 devices, and stay up to date on the lock screen. You can even pin the compose screen to Start to quickly create new reminders. With an amazing, easy-to-use UI and features like live countdowns, RemindMe is the Windows 8 ...