|ReadyNotes is a great way to keep all of your thoughts, notes and projects organized on your computer in an easy to access and easy to search format.|
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:05|
|OS||Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003|
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ReadyNotes is a great way to keep all of your thoughts, notes and projects organized in an easy to access and easy to search format.
ReadyNotes is useful for storing things like things to do lists, names, numbers and related details, special projects, writings and general thoughts, websites and e-mail addresses (just Ctrl+click on any valid URL, e-mail or Windows directory), lists of books to read and videos to rent, a journal, snippets and stories from websites -- or any kind of information from anywhere!
And because you can create as many categories as you need, you can prevent ReadyNotes from becoming cluttered with too many pages of old or rarely needed information.
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16MB RAM, 2MB hard drive space
ReadyNotes has been re-released as freeware.
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