Description: Still putting sticky notes on your monitor? So was I. We have Mr. Fry to thank for his versatile invention. It was his bright idea to put scraps of paper on every thing around us in hopes of reminding us of our tasks later. I knew that software solutions provided a horde of useful features that good old paper clips lack. But, I'm a diehard Post-Its fan. Although I tried many software organizers, none of them was good enough to beat the simplicity of pen and paper.
However, when a new LCD monitor appeared on my table, I realized that it had no frame to which I could stick my paper notes! I had to find a replacement. And the miracle happened when I tried dtNotes. This incredible piece of software does exactly what I need it to do. When I need to make a note, I click a tray icon and a new virtual paper scrap appears on my desktop. No need to fill out any forms, answer any questions or select any properties. I just create a piece of virtual paper and type on it. As easy as making Post-It(r) notes or even easier (I type faster than I write!)
Though extremely easy-to-use, dtNotes is a powerful and feature-rich notes organizer. I personally had a bad habit of forgetting about my notes once written. With dtNotes, you won't miss a task. You can specify a time at which your note should start yelling. dtNotes also provides strong note management capabilities. You can manage your notes, flagging them as completed, archiving them, changing their priority, types, icons, etc. A built-in search will help you quickly find what you need. And, with a built-in Recycle Bin, you can easily recover mistakenly recycled notes. An automated backup mechanism won't even give you a chance to lose your notes.
Wipe the glue spots off your monitor's frame and forget about archaic paper scraps. Save some trees!
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