Free Swift To-Do List 7 Standard! [24-hours only]

Software Description

The following is a description of Swift To-Do List 7, as per BitsDuJour:

Swift To-Do List 7 by Dextronet.com is a powerful and feature-rich task management software that remains simple, clean, and intuitive — quite a revolutionary concept! With Swift To-Do List 7 Standard, you will actually begin to enjoy task management, making you more productive and efficient in a painless fashion. All of your tasks, reminders, and notes are neatly organized in one location, accessible by a simple and intuitive interface that won’t have you pulling your hair out.

Everything in Swift To-Do List 7 Standard is organized into a tree, with over 140 icons that you can use to represent your To-Do lists. Everything can be reorganized using drag and drop. Recurring tasks alleviate the need to enter important things more than once. Plus, everything can be cut, copied, and pasted, or printed and exported for those of you who are on-the-go. You can even drag & drop emails inside Swift To-Do List to create tasks from them!

Best of all, Swift To-Do List 7 Standard is small enough to fit onto a thumb drive, so you can take it with you on the road for use on any computer!

dotTech Advice

Let’s keep this one simple. Swift To-Do List is a good to-do list program. Grab it if you want or need it.

Take note, however, Swift To-Do list has multiple editions. This freebie is of Swift To-Do List Standard. If you want to upgrade to Professional, you can pay the price difference between Standard and Professional.

Freebie Details

Swift To-Do List 7 Standard is being given away in a promotion by BitsDuJour. This promotion is live for 24-hours (ends 23:59 Pacific Standard Time Monday March 26, 2012). You need to grab your registration code during these 24-hours but you will be able to install/reinstall at any time in the future.

To get Swift To-Do List 7 Standard for free, do the following:

Version being given out for free: v7.56

Free updates: Minor updates only

Free technical support: Yes

Supported OS: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/Win7

Download size: 14.7

  • Fill out the form on the next page and click PLACE SECURE ORDER:

  • The next page shows you your registration code — copy it:

  • Download and install Swift To-Do List 7 Standard.
  • After installation, run Swift To-Do List 7 Standard.
  • When you run Swift To-Do List 7 Standard for the first time you will be prompted by a Quick Start Guide. You can either go through the whole guide or close it — your choice.
  • Now go to Help -> Enter License and register the program using the license code you received earlier:

  • Done. Enjoy!

If you have trouble getting Swift To-Do List 7 Standard for free, post below and other dotTechies or I will try to help.

 

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13 comments

  1. Rob (Down Under)

    Anyone who clicked my link, and got the latest version will be receiving the free 30 installment Tutorial.
    I just got my first installment.
    So far looks good (It got me to start listing my tasks).
    He says it is normally $100, but it is free for us.
    I am pretty sure those of us that took up the earlier offer, did not get the course.
    Those that have the earlier version might be interested in a copy ?
    Since he says it is not normally free, it would be bad of me (Buffy) to offer to share it.
    Perhaps Ashraf could contact them and ask if he (Ashraf) could ‘host’ them on dotTech.
    Or get his (Swift ToDo creator) permission for me to share them with DotTech members ?
    Here is part of the email I received -
    . . .
    My name is Jiri Novotny. I’m the Swift To-Do List designer, author of Swift Mind Freedom and co-founder of Dextronet.com.

    I’ve created a 30-day email training, because I want to help you get the most out of your new Swift To-Do List. This email training probably has a $100+ value and I want to give it to you for free. It explains many ideas from my Swift Mind Freedom e-book and gives you step-by-step how-to’s and tips.

  2. Patrick

    Downloaded & installed with no issues.
    I created a small README-file to store the registration code and other data provided to developer – can’t be too careful ;-)
    Swiftly went through the Quick Guide… Looks like one of the best – in not THE best – in it’s league.
    For me it’s a God-sent tool and I’ll start cleaning up the pile of paper mementos and sticky notes on my desk first thing tomorrow.

    Thanks! and greetz,

    Patrick.

  3. just to be sure

    does anyone know?
    do we have to install it today?
    am on the road and will be at my own computer on thursday.
    can it be installed then?
    got registation code just now but want to download and install on my personal computer.
    not the work one, or could it be installed on work and home computers?

  4. RobCr

    I surprised myself and read their previous days email, and noticed that one (me) could pre-register to be notified about this free offer, which I did.
    As I was going through the steps today, to download it, I was wondering what is the best (quickest) way to give you a ‘heads up’.
    As it turns out, you were already on top of it.

    How do we alert you for future giveaways that we trip over ?