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Managing Your Tasks with Tux ToDo

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Keeping track of all of your tasks can be a chore. It is very easy to forget a deadline or to let a little job slip through the cracks. That is where good task management software comes in handy.

While there are a quite a few Linux task management tools out there, many of them are calendars, appointment managers, and more. But a little application called Tux ToDo simplifies creating and maintaining your list of tasks.

Installing Tux ToDo is easy. You just download the program, and extract it to a folder on your computer. Then, you can add an icon to your desktop or just double click the the file tux_todo in your file manager.

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