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    Take a note: OneNote versus Evernote




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    Take a note: OneNote versus Evernote




    By Katherine Murray

    Once upon a time, researchers and writers might have debated the virtues of paper notebooks versus index cards for recording their thoughts and findings. Today, it's all gone digital.

    The choice between two leading note-taking apps OneNote or Evernote depends in large part on how well they integrate with the platforms and software you're already using.

    The full text of this column is posted at http://windowssecrets.com/best-softw...rsus-evernote/ (paid content, opens in a new window/tab).

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    The review does not mention the face that Evernote allows you to upload any kind of file. It also does an automatic OCR on all files up load. I've used Evernote for over two years (daily) and tried OneNote. I was under-welmed by OneNote.

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    I found the column very informative. Well done .

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    Springpad is a great solution, and it's free.

    Springpad is a well-regarded competitor to Evernote. The functionality of the two products is fairly similar, with each product having areas of strength.

    Springpad is committed to remaining free to use, and I've found the ways it generates revenue to be clever and unobtrusive.

    I've switched entirely to Springpad because I'd have to pay for 4 premium accounts to give my family full capabilities in Evernote, and I find $180 a year to be excessive for non-business use.

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