Editors' reviewWith this simple yet effective tool, creating and organizing notes is easy. Alot Notes has a basic interface that simply displays the list of notes as a tree display in the left pane and the contents of the highlighted note in the right pane. The interface icons may throw you a bit, but hover over them for guidance. You can input a text or spreadsheet note, and the notes are time-stamped with the exact time you began your entry. It has save options galore, including saving to the executable's database file, an external file, and a database backup. You can activate the stay-on-top feature for those individual notes you want to display. When you minimize the program, a small icon is placed on the lower-left side of your screen or in the system tray. Unfortunately, printing and hot-key features are missing. While the design won't mesmerize you, we consider this freeware a good notes option.
Organize your notes with Alot Notes. Two modes of Tree View (Internet Explorer like or open/close buttons), auto-save, choice of always on top tab on screen edge or system tray icon. The perfect notepad replacement.