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Reminder Program In Win 98

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Is there a program in Win 98 that you can use to "remind" you of special events.  For example, to remind you of birthdays so you want miss them.  

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You could try using the 'Task Scheduler' which is in the system tray (usually bottom right, next to the speaker icon.)

A cheap of doing it would be to make a notepad file with the thing you want to be reminded of.

Then use 'Task Scheduler' to run this program at the time you want it to !!!

Hope this helps !!!!
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