I am big into the notekeeping applications and have tried all of them. When Microsoft made OneNote 2013 FREE, I jumped on board and haven’t jumped ship yet.
Recently Microsoft opened the door to a few more features of OneNote that really make it even more worthwhile to give it a try. The one new feature that I especially like is the ability to password protect sections to secure sensitive information. Please visit The Windows Club to review all of the new features.
This free edition of OneNote 2013 for PC allows you to store your notes only on One Drive and you still need to use the paid version of OneNote 2013, if you want to save your notes in local or other networks. Anyways, with the free Microsoft Account, you will get 15 GB free space on One Drive and there is no limitation to number of notes you create/sync to your One Drive account. — source: The Windows Club
If you want to learn more and download OneNote 2013 — CLICK HERE… OneNote is not only available as a Windows download; but, is also available on the Windows Phone, Mac, iPad, iPhone, Android and internet (web based) platforms.
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