If you browse the Internet a lot doing research or just looking for new places and people, its often necessary to put down addresses, phone numbers and screen names, prices and just good quotes that you want to get back to in the future. Of course, you can use Notepad or even Word for these purposes, but its quite time consuming and distracting, while all you need is to jot down a brilliant thought or a short note. If you feel the same way and are still looking for a program to make this possible, dont miss Quicknote — a compact, elegant and completely free application for lightning-fast notetaking!
Quicknote does not occupy a lot of space on your screen (which is especially important for netbooks and other mobile computers) and can be brought up by quickly moving your mouse cursor over a thin line at the top of the screen or pressing a hotkey. This will open a resizable window that you can use as a scrapbook to store any pieces of text in an organized manner. However, text notes account for just a small fraction of Quicknotes functionality. This handy program also allows you to convert various units, quickly launch programs, change the audio volume using hotkeys, manage tasks, send notes in your network and even encrypt confidential data! Which is more, Quicknote is also a powerful reminder which will not let you to miss an important meeting or your friends birthday.
This free tool will save a good deal of your time and will keep your secrets with you — not to mention that you wont have to look for things twice once you have pasted them into your scrapbook! Its free, so go ahead and give it a good try!
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