One of the more useful online services for getting things done is IFTTT.com, which stands for If This, Then That. For example, if rain is the forecast for tomorrow, then send me an email.
A new program for the Windows called Ellp (currently in beta) is kind of like IFTTT for the desktop. It can’t carry out the wide number of actions that IFTTT can, but Ellp doesn’t have to. This program is more about managing actions on your PC than interacting with online services—though it does have a few features that are straight out of the IFTTT playbook.
Ellp can also automatically launch a website when you plug in your headphones, warn you when you’re about to download the same file twice and schedule your PC to shut down at a certain time.
We don't have any change log information yet for version 0.9.20 of Ellp. Sometimes publishers take a little while to make this information available, so please check back in a few days to see if it has been updated.