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Do you want to write down something quickly?

Often we need to write down something while browsing the internet, for example a piece of text for our blog or saving a URL to reuse, etc required open Notepad or other text editor or personal information manager (PIM) to write and save the notes. But you might know that all these are very slow process, before you use it, you must create a new file or find a place to write without creating a "litter" of files or damaging important work.Here comes the importance of Flashnote. When you need a rough copy to save or to process some pieces of a text, this tiny (858Kb) application is quick and convenient. Press the shortcut-key combination (Example Alt + S, or you can create your own shortcut key) and a rough copy is on screen in a flash of a second. Press ESC and the program hides. It's that simple. You don't need to find a place for text, to run Notepad or your PIM. Everything gets done quickly, simply and in a more convenient way.
Flashnote is a fast rough copy utility that can be used any time during work process and without fear of damaging important data. You'll find it a real help for your computer work.
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