NudgMe - a very simple to operate reminder program that will pop up on the date and time you have asked it to with a persistent cuckoo. He will keep annoying you until you click either the 'Done' or 'Change' button.
For many years I have been looking for an effective reminder program that was not too expensive and did exactly what I wanted, which was give me a sharp nudge when I forgot something. To no avail. I found most programs of this type either too expensive, did many things I did not want, were far too complicated or simply messed up my system. So I produced NudgeMe to meet my needs and maybe yours as well.
NudgMe is very simple to operate and will pop up on the date and time you have asked it to with a persistent cuckoo, who will keep annoying you until you click either the 'Done' button, or
'Change' button. You can put NudgeMe in your Start Menu so that it will start up each time you log on to your computer, or just leave it on the desktop and start yourself at the beginning of each day. You will find there is a button captioned 'Hide', click on this and NudgeMe will hide in your toolbar but pop up when a NudgeMe is due. You can restore it at any time by clicking on its icon in your toolbar. Either right or double click.
The controls are very simple. When the programme starts you will see the first NudgeMe displayed and can scroll through them all using the left and right arrow buttons. If you wish to change any NudgeMe click the 'Edit' button, change dates or actions as required and then 'Save'. To add new ones click on the 'Add NudgeMe' button. This takes you to a new area where you enter the subject of your NudgeMe the date and time - with easy point and click - and action required. Finally click Save to return to main viewing area. Any NudgeMe overdue will appear in its own area with 'Done' and 'Change' buttons. For example, if you want to defrag your PC every Sunday, change the date to next Sunday using the 'Change' button .
If you have many a NudgeMe - there is a limit of 50 - there is a search for the Subject menu item
to avoid wading through the whole list. Choosing a good Subject is therefore important.