Productivity 4.0      

Size:   24.44MB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2016-05-24  | Changelog

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OS:  Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10

Downloads:   3278

Popularity:   Popularity:0/10



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Software Product Description

Productivity is a free program designed to help you increase your work productivity by better prioritizing tasks, organizing activities and creating desktop reminders.

Currently, the program includes: Facebook Blocker, Computer Lock, Todo List Manager, Notes Manager, Journal, and more.

The application also allows you create sets of flashcards that you can export and easily print.

Requires: Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0.

What's New in version 3.0:

  • UI Changed
  • Bug fix in CompLock
  • Scheduler feature added
  • Update checking is now automatic
  • Spellcheck added to Journal
  • Math added to Nap Alarm


"Good concept unfinished with some bugs"

Reviewer: -compmend

Review Date: 2015-02-09

Pros: The concept of this program is great, an all-in-one program to stay productive and de-stress all from the same screen. I spent a while going over most of the features, I skipped the social media blocker and computer blocker. If all the features were implemented properly this would be a great program.

Cons: This program is obviously a beta version, as such it is buggy. Opened the journal and it threw an error immediately, I restarted the application the same error is thrown. The To-do list was not functioning (unable to add tasks). Also users need a way to back out of the Workout and Relax portions of the program. They both worked well,but,other than finishing out the complete workout regimen or waiting 2 minutes for the stress portion to finish, I had to open the task manager to kill the program.Finally, the "prioritize" app asks you to type in a list of tasks, then re-type the entire list again, then again, ad nauseum. This is the redundant type of task programming is used for, a drag and drop prioritization or even an up and down arrow to re-organize items in a list, in my opinion would have been more time saving and useful.

Other Thoughts: This program is a good idea, and hopefully it will develop to be a great and valuable application over time. Right now it is still too buggy to be used in a critical environment.


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