Even if you don't use it in your day to day work, I'm sure you must have heard something about the well-known Getting Things Done productivity method. So if you finally decide to apply it to your tasks, GTD-Free can lend you a hand.
GTD-Free is a Java-based standalone application that helps you organize your tasks following the principles of the popular GTD method created and developed by David Allen. It features a rather plain interface divided into a few tabs, in which you can view a summary of your work and then follow the main steps in GTD's workflow: collect, process and organize or execute – depending on the type of task.
The program lets you generate queues of actions, create reminders to tasks, sort tasks into different actions and projects and assign diverse priorities to tasks, among other possibilities.
GTD-Free will be relatively easy to use for those of you who are already familiar with the concepts of GTD, but it may take a bit longer to master if you haven't read anything about this methodology before – especially since the program doesn't feature any documentation.
If you're planning to adapt GTD as your productivity method, try using GTD-Free. It can make the transition easier for you!