KeyNote NF 1.7.9 Beta 8  Pick    

Size:  871.3KB

License:   FREE

Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2017-05-01

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OS:  Windows 2000/NT/XP/Vista/7/8/10

Downloads:   30332

Popularity:   Popularity:0/10



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Software Product Description

Tabbed notebook / outliner with Rich Text editor, multi-level tree notes. Ideal for free-form or structured information. Stores many notes within one file. Each note can contain a hierarchical tree of topics.


  • Powerful editing and formatting functions.
  • Convenient and powerful search, including searching for text in all notes and boolean (AND/OR) search.
  • "Virtual node" feature allows you to edit files on disk as if they were part of your KeyNote file.
  • Macros, templates, plugins, printing.
  • Ability to send notes via email.
  • Very fast switching between notes and files.
  • Fast, responsive and easy to navigate interface.
  • Extremely configurable interface and behavior.
  • Files can be protected with secure, strong encryption, using IDEA or Blowfish algorithms.
  • User-configurable categories and icons.
  • Text highlighting, word expansion glossary (auto-correct), bookmarks, expression evaluation.
  • Import and export: text, RTF, HTML, TreePad.
  • Clickable hyperlinks to Internet sites or local files.
  • Clipboard capture, user-defined styles, drag-and-drop operations.
  • Integrates with MS Office spellchecker and the freeware WordWeb thesaurus.
  • Freeware, open-source.


"Migrated back and stayed"

Reviewer: -Pastor Jim

Review Date: 2018-02-03

Pros: Tried several other PIM data programs, but none was as flexible as good as this one Very flexible & operates on all Windows. Can store data directly but you can also open files from links in any entry. The links are for a document on your machine and also to run any program. Can write notes in any font, of an shape, color or size. Store any amount of data you machine will stash. And it's FREEWARE.

Cons: Wish I print directly from a file--but I just copy and paste the text onto a document. No big deal

Other Thoughts: None


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