Editors' reviewThis application conveniently lets you store your short messages and passwords, but its trial restrictions tarnish the experience. PC Note's neatly designed interface docks itself on the right side of your screen and can be hidden or unhidden by a right-click of a mouse, thus not crowding your screen. The notes function lets you input as many messages as you'd like. It has several text-editing tools, including the ability to format, copy and paste from clipboard, and search and replace. You can associate a note with an alarm, although that feature is disabled in the demo version. Passwords are organized in a table with room for text, username, and password, and you can show and hide your passwords. Transparency and color changes to the interface are available only in the purchased version. Although PC Note is marred by limitations, it is always on hand and would make a nice organizational tool.
PC Note is to be administered a program around short notes and passwords. Are ten (to 0-9) note notes and password tables at the disposal. The text can formatted (bold, italic, underline) and over the Windows-Clipboard to be copied or inserted. Further notes can be linked with an alarm time. After the program start is a small border at the right edge of display. With a right mouse Click application is displayed or hidden. The further operation of PC Note is self-describing.