Phone calls to return, shopping to buy, that dentist appointment for the kids, a friend's birthday coming up - so much to remember. You could try to keep track of day-to-day tasks by leaving little notes around your desk, but they're easily lost. PNotes offers a better way. Create virtual notes on your desktop, they're instantly saved, and can pop up scheduled reminders to make sure you don't forget the most important items.
The program is very simple to use. Just double-click the PNotes system tray icon when you want to record something, a new note will appear on the screen and you can type whatever you like (rich text formatting means you can change fonts, font sizes and colours, highlight text, add bulleted or numbered lists, and more).
Notes can be manually positioned somewhere on the screen, or automatically docked to the edge of your desktop. You can roll up notes to just the caption bar if they get in the way, hide them all for a moment (they can all be revealed again in three clicks), print them out for reference, even send them via email.
And a comprehensive scheduler means you can pop up reminders for a particular note just once, daily, weekly, monthly, even monthly at a particular day of the week (9:30am on the third Thursday of every month, say). The program can even track reminders that should have occurred while your PC was turned off, though this doesn't happen by default (right-click the system tray icon, select Preferences > Schedule and check "Track overdue reminders").
PNotes 9.3.0 brings these changes:
- New group is created with black background
- Sending note text as e-mail body fails on special symbols
- Search dialog does not get focus after applying hot key
- Password protected notes appear without login dialog after switch between skinless and skinnable mode (discovered by thegriff)
- Note still appears on the screen while its group is deleted (discovered by Manish Kumar)
- PNotes stops working when user tries to save the note whose group is already deleted (discovered by Manish Kumar)