OmniFocus on Windows, for now.

Eddie Smith:

Even though most of the corporate world doesn’t yet know we’re in the “post-PC” era, it will soon enough.

I'm enjoying Eddie's work on his Practically Efficient website very much. If you're an OmniFocus user on your Mac, iPhone and/or iPad but have to use a Windows machine at work, this article is a must.

I was in a similar position a couple of years ago and have to admit I was unnecessarily stressing out as his imaginary "Joe" was. Luckily, when the iPhone version of OmniFocus came out, I came to the same conclusion as Eddie and just created a context called "PC". I managed my system from my MacBook and at work just pulled the iPhone to see what tasks I had to do on the PC and done.

There really is no need for a Windows version of OmniFocus. And with the iPhone and iPad I don't need or want a web version either.