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One effective way is to use an application blocker. Set the application blocker to password-protect a program(you can find a handful of them with a simple search). You may argue that you can type the password and unblock the program. However, there's also a workaround. Ask someone to type half of the password and then type the other half yourself. Now the ...
Google calender does this, just set the reminder timer to head of the events. There is a desktop-ish version of Google calender you can download for free.
You can investigate internet filter software programs, usually used to block children from going to (types of) websites. These sometimes have the option to block specific local apps as well (or folders), so you can use that feature only. Or block some internet sites as well, because in your case they could also be time wasters ;-) These apps also may have ...
You shouldn't need to block it irreversibly - instead, lock it down so it is difficult. There are some applications which you can use to lock a particular program during a certain time period, or to limit your use to a certain amount of time per day etc. On Windows, as long as you are admin you can always get around it, but you'd need to deliberately ...
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