Task manager recomendations

Discussion in 'Game Development (Technical)' started by Nikster, Mar 7, 2007.

  1. Nikster

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    Hi, does anyone have any recomendations or what you actually use for task managment ? I was looking at this TaskFreak, and I'm wanting it mainly for a solo user . This would be good for me as I could add it onto my linkstation which is also running perforce :) great box to hack.

    So, any other solutions? would be good if it runs locally, and a bonus if it can run on linux.

    Regards,

    Nik.
     
  2. Kneehat

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    I use ToDoList which I think is awesome. It's not web based, and the shipping exes seem to be only for windows, but it is great all the same.
     
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    I use a little program I wrote my self called Saturn. It's simple, but it's done me well for the last couple of years.
     
  5. Nikster

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    OK thanks for the list guys, I think I'll stick with taskfreak for the time being as it can sit on my NAS drive, it will make hopping between my dekstop and laptop much easier.
     

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