TIM (Task Information Manager) is a system designed to help you keep track of those recurring tasks that always seem to get
away from you. It is particularly suited for tracking home maintenance tasks, but it can be used to keep track of any kind of recurring or
non-recurring task. TIM is a Java application which means it will run on any operating system that has a Java virtual machine.
Current features include:Easy to use grahpical user interface (GUI)
Store a task with a due date and the system will indicate which tasks are due when it is run
Tasks may be arranged in a heirarchy for better organization, and they can be recurring or non-recurring
The system keeps track of when tasks are performed -- this feature allows you to keep precise maintenance records
Basic reporting features are included so you can print out a list of tasks that are due
Tasks can be assigned to different individuals
Java Runtime Environment (JRE) version 5.0 must be installed on your machine. Download the JRE at
No significant testing has been performed to determine what class of CPU, etc is needed to comfortably run TIM.
To download latest TIM binaries, source, and documentation, visit the SourceForge.net download page.
For other resource such as support, forums, and bug reporting, visit the SourceForge.net project page.
August 21, 2005
TIM version 1.00.02 Beta released. I have been successfully using alpha versions for my home maintenance tasks since March.
Get the binaries and source code in the