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CintaNotes – Easy to use, free personal note manager

CintaNotes is a small and portable, very easy to use personal note manager that lets you quickly jot down and tag any piece of information that you come across while reading documents or surfing the internet - just select the text and press Ctrl+F12. Working with Windows Vista and XP, CintaNotes doesn’t clutter your workspace with sticky notes; all notes are neatly organized in an easily navigable list.

This application might be a good assistant in the daily task of collecting pieces of useful information, like your own thoughts and ideas, article excerpts, blog postings, famous people quotes, research data, curious facts, Wikipedia entries, etc, etc.


Retrieving information is also quite easy, just open CintaNotes and type any text, only notes which contain the text you type will remain in the list. You can also search by title or by typing URL the note was taken from or by date, etc.

Unlike browser-based tools like Google Notebook or Firefox plug-ins, it doesn’t require a web browser to work - it works in any application that can copy text to clipboard - Microsoft Word, Outlook, Adobe Acrobat, etc

CintaNotes is a totally free and portable; you can put it on a flash drive and run it directly from there.

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