CommandLineTimer is a tool I can't imagine my life without, I hope you'll like it too.
timer 2m -d"Call somebody"
Whenever you need to be reminded of something, or you have to do something later, just start this program with command line parameters. For my command line tool I have alias:
timer == CommandLineTimer.exe -m
This is how I use it:
timer 2h timer until 9:30 timer 1h 35m -d"Call somebody"
CommandLineTimer icon and tooltip in system tray
Working with time:
timer 2d 4h 8m 16s timer 2 days 4 hours 8 minutes 16 seconds timer until 13:55 timer until tomorrow 00:30 timer u 13:00 timer to 13:00 timer 13:00 etc.
Application parses time using .NET Framework built-in methods, so it's pretty flexible, just try to enter time the way you like.
Available command line parameters:
Application will be minimized to tray on startup:
-c | -close | -closeonstartup | -m | -minimize | -minimizeonstartup | -minimise | -minimiseonstartup | -mini | -min | -tray | -gotray | -gototray
Add description to timer:
-dTextWithNoSpaces | -d"Text with spaces"
Close all currently running timers:
-ka | -killall | -killalltimers | -ca | -closeall | -closealltimers