For every note, it also says how many days that are
left until the date.
All notes are color coded
depending on note type.
ALM has the coolest ALarM clock around as well!
ALM uses a kind of self explanitory
programming language in the data file. But don't you worry, ALM writes
the program code by itself. You just press the buttons. But if you like programming,
then use the built in editor and edit all you want...
That the data file is a normal txt file which actually can be understood just by
it, is an important factor for future safety. Even if you for example move
away from Windows in the future, a text file will always be understood.
If your native language isn't English, you can localize what is displayed in the
main window by defining your own words for day names and things like "tomorrow" and "days left".
ALM is simple to use but can still be very advanced if you like it to be: How about making
it auto backup to a different drive, or how about setting
up a joint data file over a home network for all of your family, or why not use the same
data file (and program) for a Windows/Linux dual boot... These things are possible,
but let's start a bit more simple... ;-)