Microsoft makes OneNote totally free

Microsoft makes OneNote totally free

The modern world demands a lot from everyone and things get worse with time – now you have numerous tasks to complete only to see them become more and more a year from now. This is why note taking has become essential – after all if you can jot down some tasks for today and not burden your brain too much, then why not do it?

Microsoft is here to help – the acclaimed software maker has made its OneNote software program completely free for everyone. While some portions of the program were made free last year some features remained locked behind a pay wall, like the ability to embed documents and other files inside OneNote, revert of view historical edits to a page and even password protect important sections of a file. Now all this is history.

OneNote is now free for both PC and Mac users which means you get everything that the software offers for no money at all. You should know, however, that the program does not support local storage options so all OneNote files will be saved to OneDrive. You can also enable offline mode but files must be saved to OneDrive first.

Source: Ubergizmo.com

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