If you're a regular reader of my column you'll know that I'm continually on the lookout for the ultimate PIM tool, to help me manage my knowledgebase of stuff. I've used, and abandoned, lots of different products in the past, and have reviewed many of them here.
For some reason, I appear to have overlooked a product called TreeDB Notes, which is a great shame as it looks really very good indeed.
As you'll see from the screen shot below, the interface is pretty easy to understand. A contents tree down the left hand side, and the actual content on the right. Content can be text, graphics, tables, and just about anything else you want.
TreeDB Notes comes in both a free and Pro version. The free one, shown below, has just about all the features you'll need. It's a 9 MB download from http://www.mytreedb.com/treedbnotes_free.html and is malware-free according to Web of Trust and VirusTotal. I tested it on Windows 8.0, but it should run on everything from XP onwards.
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