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About bandaangosta

  1. To newbi, even though it appears it may be too late: I feel the same as you. I love Evernote AND Linux, although there is no intention to support Evernote (Premium) users on Linux. Instead of dual booting (!), I have found that the best solution is to run the native Windows Evernote client in a virtual machine running Windows. It is quite simple, actually. I use the free Oracle VirtualBox running Windows 7. It has the added advantage that you have a "Windows window" at hand for those other few, increasingly rare cases where you absolutely need to use that OS: poorly designed Microsoft Word/Powerpoint files that don't look good on the open source alternatives, custom apps you developed ages ago, obsolete windows-only apps, hardware devices with no or poor Linux drivers (e.g., printers), etc. Having said that, Evernote guys please develop a Linux client. I am sure there are enough Linux users willing to pay for that app.
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