Thanks for your response.
I looked at your article, but I didn't see that you mentioned any particular softwares. Particularly, I'm interested in a Windows analog of Omnifocus, or anything else that would do the trick.
For Kelly and anyone else,
I can even spell out my issue more particularly. For anyone who'd rather not get into details, you can skip this paragraph. Currently I use Outlook as my email client but my real GTD stuff is in a simple wordpad file. The file includes sections for NA's, projects, waiting-fors, etc. The next actions are a series of lists, each list being for a particular context. Anyway I actually give each action a priority level using stars at the beginning of each line, because priority is important to me. So I would like to have a way to sort the file based on priority (sorting the file by line would do the trick). Just wordpad doesn't sort. And it would come out messy even if I found an editor that did sort because the list headings would get sorted too - just messy. If there were software made for sorting or searching like this, and all the other things I might want to do in GTD, it would just be a lot simpler.
btw ellobogrande, keen of you to deduce what you did - I do not have a device that syncs up. What I do currently is just print out my whole GTD wordpad file once a week, and keep that as my inventory of tasks. I also make a "today" list for each day, which includes that calendar items for that day, and this functions as my hard landscape for that particular day.
thanks for reading.