I never had any experience with using Microsoft OneNote before getting the Microsoft Office 2007 Home Edition.
I’m a university student and having spent a few weeks attempting to organise my notes with MS Word (Trial Edition) I was quite excited to discover this great note taking application. OneNote really is useful, but I just couldn’t help feel as though it was a little overkill for me and how I would use it.
OneNote is targeted more at people working in business of course, which is shame because Microsoft is really losing out on the student market. In fact there are two main reasons I couldn’t effectively use OneNote:
I had a beta invitation to EverNote months ago, however based on reports of bugginess and performance issues I waited till the service has improved a little.
After the latest version 3.0 update yesterday I have begun to use EverNote for all my notetaking needs. I quickly discovered it’s a fantastic application for what I need it for. Here is why:
In essence EverNote is a killer note taking product I couldn’t recommend more.
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