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EverNote: Kicking OneNote to the curb?

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    Devils​Rejection

    I only recently heard about this application, and sadly I can't try it since I'm playing with Ubuntu on my laptop for this class in college.

    All that aside now, I think I'm going to throw Vista RC2 on here next weekend, but until then can I get your thoughts on this application?

    http://www.evernote.com/en/news/media.php

    Is it really better than One Note?

    More importantly, to those of you beta testing One Note 2007, which is better in your opinion?

    Stefan

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    TadejK

    I've been using OneNote for quite some time now .. as well as using OneNote 2007 since beta2.
    Took a look at EverNote's site and I can't say I'm impressed. I didn't really find anything I would like - except the fact that the basic version is free.
    For instance, I don't like that they apparently save the stuff in a db .. with OneNote, you have everything within files - very easy to backup and transfer from one computer to another - also easy for syncing.
    There are, of course, some interesting features - price, as I mentioned, is one. Then you have the encryption ability (perhaps OneNote has it .. have no idea - never needed sth like that Smiley). And that's about that Wink

    Don't really listen to me .. I haven't exactly tried EverNote Cool

    Regards,
    Tadej

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    Minh

    Buggy. Maybe 'cuz on a Tablet PC. UI is real awkward for TPC, too. Some screen elements are really tiny... Interesting idea. Too few templates. Uninstalled.

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    longzheng

    Haven't tried EverNote, but I use nearly OneNote 2007 everyday at school. There's only a handful of user-experience improvements, but they make a very good difference against OneNote 2003. Big Smile

    OneNote is one of those applications that is in its golden-age. Everything is nearly perfect, anything less will make it unfunctional, and anything more will make it bloated.

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    TadejK

    longzheng wrote:
    OneNote is one of those applications that is in its golden-age. Everything is nearly perfect, anything less will make it unfunctional, and anything more will make it bloated.


    Exactly! Smiley

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