After I accidentally threw my Macbook out of a moving car and couldn’t afford another one, I’d suffered with a Windows machine for 2 years before getting a Mac again.
I made a solemn oath never to use Windows software again, but last week, I did something that really shocked me.
I enjoyed using a Microsoft product. I enjoyed using it even when there was a viable non-Microsoft alternative.
Then why, I ask myself, am I submitting myself to a Microsoft product when I don’t have to ever see Microsoft again?
- I have made a terrible mess of my Evernote.
- OneNote is actually quite good.
In this post, I’m going to share my experiences with Evernote and OneNote, compare them, and give you an idea of how I get value out of them as a writer and note-hoarder spending all my waking hours on a laptop.